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gnuplot demo script: dashcolor.dem

autogenerated by webify.pl on Mon May 21 21:49:56 2012
gnuplot version gnuplot 4.7 patchlevel 0
#
# Demonstrate explicit choice of both dot/dash pattern (linetype) and color (linecolor).
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set termoption dash

reset
set xrange [-0.5:3.5]
set yrange [-1:1.4]
set bmargin 7
unset ytics
unset xtics
#
set title "Independent colors and dot/dash styles"
unset colorbox
#
# reset linetypes to base dash patterns
#
set for [i=1:5] linetype i lt i

#
# define line styles using explicit rgbcolor names
#
set style line 1 lt 2 lc rgb "red" lw 3
set style line 2 lt 2 lc rgb "orange" lw 2
set style line 3 lt 2 lc rgb "yellow" lw 3
set style line 4 lt 2 lc rgb "green" lw 2

#
set label 1 'set style line 1 lt 2 lc rgb "red" lw 3'    at -0.4, -0.25 tc rgb "red"
set label 2 'set style line 2 lt 2 lc rgb "orange" lw 2' at -0.4, -0.35 tc rgb "orange"
set label 3 'set style line 3 lt 2 lc rgb "yellow" lw 3' at -0.4, -0.45 tc rgb "yellow"
set label 4 'set style line 4 lt 2 lc rgb "green" lw 2'  at -0.4, -0.55 tc rgb "green"
set label 5 'plot ... lt 1 lc 3 ' at -0.4, -0.65 tc lt 3
set label 6 'plot ... lt 3 lc 3 ' at -0.4, -0.75 tc lt 3
set label 7 'plot ... lt 5 lc 3 ' at -0.4, -0.85 tc lt 3
#
set xlabel "You will only see dashed lines if your current terminal setting permits it"
#
show style line
#
# draw some plots
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plot cos(x)     ls 1 title 'ls 1',   \
     cos(x-.2)  ls 2 title 'ls 2',\
     cos(x-.4)  ls 3 title 'ls 3',\
     cos(x-.6)  ls 4 title 'ls 4', \
     cos(x-.8)  lt 1 lc 3 title 'lt 1 lc 3',  \
     cos(x-1.)  lt 3 lc 3 title 'lt 3 lc 3',  \
     cos(x-1.2) lt 5 lc 3 title 'lt 5 lc 3'

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unset for [i=1:8] label i
set title "The pointinterval property is another way to create interrupted lines"
set xlabel "This technique works best for equally spaced data points"
set bmargin 6
set offset .05, .05
set xrange [-0.5:3.3]
set style func linespoints

plot cos(x)     lt -1 pi -4 pt 6 title 'pi -4',   \
     cos(x-.8)  lt -1 pi -3 pt 7 ps 0.2 title 'pi -3 pt 7 ps 0.2',  \
     cos(x-.2)  lt -1 pi -6 pt 7 title 'pi -6',\
     cos(x-.4)  lt -1 pi -3 pt 4 title 'pi -3',\
     cos(x-.6)  lt -1 pi -5 pt 5 title 'pi -5', \
     cos(x-1.)  with line lt -1 notitle,  \
     cos(x+.2)  with line lt -1 lw 2 title 'lw 2'

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