Dear All,
I am plotting a density and a contour plot of the same function in order to have a smooth shading in the background of the contour lines. I do this using "Show[DensityPlot[...], ContourPlot[..., ContourShading->None]", like the following example given by Mathematica help files...
Dear All,
I am using gnuplot to make plots from data files generated using a fortran program. Those data files are basically big lists of 3d coordinates, just like like (not my real data, just an example):
10.0 1.00 0.01
20.0 1.00 0.14
....
So, when I use splot, I...
Dear All,
I started to use Mathematica to make some plots I usually did with gnuplot. I know it has some great color schemes, but I would like to be able to use the same I was using in gnuplot.
The question is: how could I create a color scheme? In gnuplot I just used the following command set...
I have a dat file with multiple data sets, with the following structure:
# t = 0.0 , ...
-10.000 0.00001 1.000001 ...
-9.000 0.00002 0.900001 ...
...
10.000 0.00005 1.000001 ...
# t = 0.2 , ...
-10.000 0.00301 1.000203 ...
-9.000 0.02222 0.900043 ...
...
10.000 0.00025 1.000551...