GnuPlot for Windows
GnuPlot is also available for Windows. To access it in the PC lab in Wright
112, do the following:
Most things should work the same in Windows as they do on Unix. To print output
to a printer, Just click on the Print button. It will first
come up with a window asking which terminal to use, type in
"postscript". It will then come up
with a window asking which Port to use, use LPT1:. This will print to
the Laser Printer in Wright 339.
- Login in the PC
- type win to start Windows
- Select the GnuPlot group
- Click on the gnuplot icon
If your screen goes to blue, and you get an error message about
Dynamic Commands or something, just hit y to return to Windows. For
some reason, when GnuPlot tries to plot certain functions (such as 3D
plots involving exp, it causes an error.
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