{gnuplot} Gnuplot is a portable command-line driven graphing utility for Linux, OS/2, MS Windows, OS X, VMS, and many other platforms.

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TeXShop not finding Gnuplot

I'm working in TeXShop on my mac and I love it. There is one slight problem though. I use TikZ wich sometimes uses gnuplot to create it's plots. One would think that running TeXShop alone is enough (...
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How to draw Venn diagrams (especially: complements) in LaTeX

What I am up to is to write some exercises dealing with logical formulas for my students, like: And the students should draw these formulas on Venn diagrams. At the end of the lesson, I really ...
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Use unicode font for cyrillic in gnuplot

Why I need to do this? I'n writting my diploma in laTeX and almost finish them, but I want to use in graph labels and legend the same font that LateX uses. As I know, the default LaTeX font in CM, so ...
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Marking Specific x-values in TikZ Plot

I've plotted a function using TikZ and gnuplot and would like to indicate certain points on the graph. From the manual, I can only figure out how to get TikZ to place a mark at a point it's using to ...
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gnuplot + epslatex

I'm using gnuplot with terminal epslatex in order to plot graphs containing LaTeX labels. In particular I've got something like this on Y tics: $\\frac{ L_{seq} }{ 8 }$ Everything works, but the ...
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Axis labels for graphs?

I'd like to use gnuplot 2d graphs in my LaTeX document. I need to have a LaTeX expression in the title of y-axis, for example $\langle \psi | \psi \rangle$ rotated vertically and centered at the axis. ...
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How to use the results of `raw output` to create a smooth plot

As by my previous question on plotting an implicit curve I've got some output. But as you can see it is not quite what it should be (apart from your browser's downscaling by a factor 2 of course. ...
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Plotting an implicit function using TikZ

How could one plot an implicit function, like (x^2+y^2)^3-4x^2y^2 using TikZ? I know gnuplot supports them, but they are drawn using a surface built from the function and intersecting the result with ...
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How to rotate a LaTeX ylabel in gnuplot?

I would like the ylabel on a gnuplot to be the same as $\omega_2(R_{3,n})$ appears in LaTeX. But if I use the following, it overlaps with the plot itself. set ylabel "\\omega_2(R_{3,n})" One way ...