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Re: Do a Gnuplot of a file in python

P: n/a

You might want to try
g.reset()
or something of the sort.

i saw this post because I'm also trying to figure out gnuplot.py
I can't seem to find proper documentation anywhere.
unless its telling me to run "demo.py" and analyse the code.
does any1 have any idea where else I could look? A comprehensive
tutorial/online documentation would
be ideal
Santix wrote:

Thanks a lot because it works with
g.load("power.p")

But now I have this problem

gnuplotload 'power.p'
gnuplotset terminal postscript enhanced color
gnuplotset output "spectrum.ps"
gnuplotplot
gnuplotset terminal x11
gnuplotset output

gnuplotplot
^
line 0: function to plot expected

It plots one time and then I want the program to close the plot window and
do another iteration, then show a plot again, close it, another iteration,
etc...
What should I put in the "power.p" code? I've tried to put exit or close
but it doesn't close the plot window.

Thanks and Regards,

Santi.

Gabriel Genellina-7 wrote:
>
En Thu, 23 Oct 2008 13:58:20 -0200, Santix <sa*************@gmail.com
escribió:
>>I am doing a python program that save the data in a text file in columns
and
I want to do a gnuplot to plot the results.
But I want the program in python to show the result with gnuplot.
I have tried this:

g.load(power.p)

but it gives me this error:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./spectrum_output.py", line 310, in <module>
main_loop(tb)
File "./spectrum_output.py", line 289, in main_loop
g.load(power.p)
AttributeError: 'file' object has no attribute 'p'

I don't know gnuplot nor what g.load expects - but probably some lines
above that you have something like this:
power = open(...)
Try with g.load("power.p") instead.

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