Provide a dense (lots of lines) X-Y plot with a string close to the graph to make it easier to understand to which category a line belongsFrom: Franz GotsisNewsgroups:
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 01:40 UTC
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Re: Provide a dense (lots of lines) X-Y plot with a string close to the graph to make it easier to understand to which category a line belongsFrom: Karl RatzschNewsgroups:
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 07:06 UTC
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Am 17.06.2020 um 03:40 schrieb Franz Gotsis:
I have a graph with about 40 lines (time series) which should visualize
which category behave similar and which ones are showing peculiar behavior.
'/<path>/CurrentCellSelection-in-GNUplot-Format.txt' using 1:2 with
linespoi title 'cat 1',\
'/<path>/CurrentCellSelection-in-GNUplot-Format.txt' using 1:3 with
linespoi title 'cat 2',\
At the moment I can either show a string at all points which renders the
graph way to crowded or none at all. Is there a way to specify that the
category should be printed for category 1 time series close to the value
for 1990 and for category 2 close to the value for 1991 and so on?
I don´t really follow, but ...
By "string" you mean the legend for each plot line? The legend, or
"key" in gnuplot terminology, can only be in one place. You want a
label at the last datapoint of each line instead?
fname = '/path.....'
np = STATS_records
plot for [i=1:41] fname us 1:(column(i+1)) w lp lc i notitle, \
for [i=1:41] fname ev ::np::np us 1:(column(i+1)):('cat'.i):(i) w
label lc variable notitle
Not tried now. You can always shift the label by adding some f(i) to
the positions, or choosing a different than the last record
depending on i.