gnuplot is a widely used scientific plotting program from the unix world that is free and open source. It can produce most of the types of plots that a scientist might require on a dazzling array of output devices.
New book available for pre-order: gnuplot 5 by Lee Phillips.
29/7/2016 14:18 PyGnuplot: A lightweight Python wrapper around gnuplot.
11/6/2016 8:36 Gnuplot vs Matplotlib: A speed comparison shows no contest: if you need to plot large datasets, gnuplot is the choice.
11/5/2015 12:38 Caca terminal: A dumb terminal that’s not so dumb.
8/5/2015 19:07 Gnuplot 5: the Book: Now available for pre-order. Save over 60% and get preview chapters!
16/6/2014 10:28 How to Make a Cube Plot with Gnuplot: Another example that shows how you can make gnuplot do anything.
25/4/2014 8:36 How To Use Gnuplot To Graph Data On The Raspberry Pi: Gnuplot is everywhere.
25/2/2014 11:24 gnuplot 4.6.5 Released: A handful of significant bugfixes and several interesting new features, including a new terminal and new smoothing modes.
23/2/2014 11:50 Arrow with T-shaped head in gnuplot: “For the measurement of distances T-shaped arrows are often used to highlight the length. In gnuplot there is an easy way to achieve this.”
21/3/2013 10:17 gnuplot 4.7.0 for Ubuntu: Matt Joyce has packaged a development version of gnuplot in a PPA for Ubuntu. I haven’t tried it myself, and know nothing further.
18/3/2013 10:16 gnuplot 4.6.2 Released: Many improvements and bug fixes to make gnuplot more convenient, including better 3D plots using pm3d.
4/10/2012 10:27 Autocomplete in Gnuplot on Ubuntu: If you’ve installed gnuplot from the Ubuntu repositories and filename autocompletion is not working, try this.
12/8/2012 20:34 Airy Function in gnuplot Not Critically Accurate: If your use of gnuplot involves dealing with its implementation of the Airy function, read this.
30/7/2012 10:28 Problem installing gnuplot with MacPorts: If, after upgrading to Mountain Lion, installing gnuplot through MacPorts fails when building AquaTerm, check this page for a possible (and unexpected) solution.
16/7/2012 9:29 Recreating Gnuplot within Minecraft: Not much to do with gnuplot per se, but undeniably wild.
15/5/2012 11:31 Demo of gnuplot patch supporting hypertext: gnuplot continues to grow towards the web. This patch, by one of gnuplot’s developers, is in the CVS version and may make it into a release one day. It allows labels to appear upon pointer-hover in SVG and HTML Canvas plots.
3/5/2012 14:14 Installing gnuplot on the Macintosh: Some notes added on finding OS X binaries of gnuplot.
29/3/2012 10:14 The gnuplot license and its history: An announcement of v. 4.6 of gnuplot leads to an informative discussion of the implications and history of its copyright and license.
Some Fun with GNUPLOT — Interesting 3d surfaces (but not much about gnuplot per se).
Gnuplot Tips (not so FAQ) — Very useful, well organized tutorial information in English and Japanese.
Ruby Gnuplot – “Ruby Gnuplot is a pipe-based interface to [...] gnuplot [...]. Through this interface almost every capability of gnuplot is useable from within Ruby.” (Ruby is an increasingly popular scripting language.)
Gnuplot Tricks — nice examples, some using new v. 4.4 features.
Examples of gnuplot in physics.