How do you plot a straight line, parallell to the y-axis in gnuplot?
x = 20
For more information, try 'help plot'.
Ah, I apologize - misunderstood the question.
After some googling I found this:
plot 20, gives y = 20, a line parallell with the x-axis.
I want x = 20
Hm, that gives me a short line, it stops at around y = 5. I need it all the way up since I'm plotting linear unequalities.
'plot [t=-1000:1000] 20,t'
Just change the t-range to whatever fits for you.
Thanks a lot :)
Looks like you've gotten the other problem of the linear programming thing figured out. ;)
hehe, yup :)
can I get Gnuplot for windows?
Yes, you can, but there's a catch. Gnuplot is primarily for Unix systems, however, an environment does exist for Win32 called Cygwin that will enable you to build Unix applications, such as Gnuplot.
You can get Cygwin (be sure to read the documentation) from:
Once you have Cygwin installed, grab the Unix sources from:
Gnuplot's primary graphics environment is X11 - you'll have to install XFree86 in the Cygwin distribution. If you feel this is too complex for your tastes, Gnuplot can generate PDF and Postscript plots.
Edit: I found this nice link on Gnuplot SF site:
There are some Win32 packages, but you might have to have the Cygwin .dll or some more dependencies that are present in the Cygwin distribution. This will save you from building Gnuplot, regardless.
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