Trouble typesetting pgfplots with context (mkiv)

I'm trying to typeset the minimal pgfplots example from the Context Wiki but with no success.

Context-Wiki Example

``````\setupcolors[state=start]
\usemodule[tikz]
\usemodule[pgfplots]

\starttext

\starttikzpicture
\startaxis[     xmin=0,xmax=300,
title=http://cryogenics.nist.gov/,
xlabel=\$T\$ (K),
ylabel=\$(L-L_{293})/L_{293}\$,
legend style={at={(0.95,0.05)},anchor=south east},
width=16cm ]
\stopaxis
\stoptikzpicture

\stoptext
``````

No matter which setup i use: the vanilla TexLive-2011 or the up-to-date standalone context i get always the same error:

``````    texmf-modules/tex/generic/pgfplots/numtable/pgfplotstable.coltype.code.tex)
! Missing number, treated as zero.

system          > tex > error on line 1043 in file pgfplottest.tex: Missing number, treated as zero ...

^
l.1043 \catcode`\^^
I=12
``````

The used versions are as followed:

pgfplots-1.5.1

mtx-context | ConTeXt Process Management 0.52
mtx-context |
mtx-context | main context file: /opt/context-minimals/texmf-context/tex/context/base/context.mkiv
mtx-context | current version: 2012.04.19 23:18

Any Ideas?

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Seems to work with MKII though. –  Torbjørn T. Apr 23 '12 at 20:13
Tried that too but had only success with context(pdftex) not working with context(xetex). –  Zonk Apr 23 '12 at 20:21

This seems to be either a bug on the pgf side or in the ConTeXt pgf module. It's a category code issue while reading the following lines of file `pgfplotstable.code.tex`.

``````{
\catcode`\^^I=12
\gdef\pgfplotstablesave@impl@TAB{^^I}
}
``````

A work around is to fix the catcodes manually:

``````% \usemodule [tikz]
% \usemodule [pgfplots]

\unprotect
\input t-pgfplots
\protect

\starttext

\starttikzpicture
\startaxis
[xmin=0,xmax=300,
title=http://cryogenics.nist.gov/,
xlabel=\$T\$ (K),
ylabel=\$(L-L_{293})/L_{293}\$,
legend style={at={(0.95,0.05)},anchor=south east},
width=16cm]
\stopaxis
\stoptikzpicture

\stoptext
``````

This example works here with 2012.04.19 23:18 and luatex (MkIV).

Note: The catcode issue is fixed now and the workaround is not necessary any more (unless your pgfplots in older than 2012-05-12). The module can be loaded as usual:

``````\usemodule [pgfplots]
``````
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This fixes the problem of typesetting but have you took a look at your output? Do you see any curves or the legend? I only see the frame with axis labels no curves nor the legend. –  Zonk Apr 23 '12 at 21:42
@Zonk That would be because the data files are not available (check the log file, you'll see messages about this). Replace all the `\addplot` lines with e.g. `\addplot {x};` (and perhaps change the `xmax` value) to see something happening. –  Torbjørn T. Apr 23 '12 at 21:49
@Torbjørn T. Aaaah my bad, thanks now it works. –  Zonk Apr 23 '12 at 21:57