go-gnuplot / README.rst

go-gnuplot

Simple-minded functions to work with gnuplot. go-gnuplot runs gnuplot as a subprocess and pushes commands via the STDIN of that subprocess.

See http://www.gnuplot.info for more informations on the exact semantics of these commands.

Installation

The go-gnuplot package is go get installable:

$ go get bitbucket.org/binet/go-gnuplot/pkg/gnuplot

Example

package main

import "bitbucket.org/binet/go-gnuplot/pkg/gnuplot"
import "fmt"

func main() {
    fname := ""
    persist := false
    debug := true

    p,err := gnuplot.NewPlotter(fname, persist, debug)
    if err != nil {
            err_string := fmt.Sprintf("** err: %v\n", err)
            panic(err_string)
    }
    defer p.Close()

    p.PlotX([]float64{0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10}, "some data")
    p.CheckedCmd("set terminal pdf")
    p.CheckedCmd("set output 'plot002.pdf'")
    p.CheckedCmd("replot")


    p.CheckedCmd("q")
    return
}
https://bitbucket.org/binet/go-gnuplot/raw/tip/examples/imgs/plot002.png

Documentation

API documentation can be found here:

http://gopkgdoc.appspot.com/pkg/bitbucket.org/binet/go-gnuplot/pkg/gnuplot
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