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Subject: Colours
From: au76666
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From: bri...@chem.au.dk (au76666)
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Subject: Colours
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I wanted to plot some planes in a 3D plot red, using this:

splot 'err.dat' w l lt 1, \
      'err.dat' using 1:2:4 w l lt 2 lc rgb "red", \
      'err.dat' using 1:2:5 w l lt 2 lc rgb "red"

but they came out black. What am I doing wrong please?

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Dieter Britz


Subject: Re: Colours
From: au76666
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Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:48 UTC
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From: bri...@chem.au.dk (au76666)
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Subject: Re: Colours
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On Thu, 05 Dec 2019 13:04:54 +0000, au76666 wrote:

I wanted to plot some planes in a 3D plot red, using this:

splot 'err.dat' w l lt 1, \
      'err.dat' using 1:2:4 w l lt 2 lc rgb "red", \
      'err.dat' using 1:2:5 w l lt 2 lc rgb "red"

but they came out black. What am I doing wrong please?

Forget it (you probably have anyway). I didn't know
that you have to specify color with set term postscript.

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Dieter Britz


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