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As others have pointed out, if you need to make changes after plotting, then SVG is an acceptable solution. If not, PDF, or better still: gnuplot's epslatex terminal will be best. See here, and if you can have also look at the explanation of this in the book "Gnuplot in Action", by P. Janert.
Do you need to make changes to the image at the SVG stage? If not then you could simply export your graph as a PDF following the instructions here. However, you may prefer to use GNUplot's epslatex output mode an input the figure that way, this would give you much better control over the text elements of the graph since the are controlled by LaTeX. ...
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