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\documentclass{standalone}
\usepackage{tikz}
\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}
\fill [white] (-1,-0.) rectangle (4.7, 5.7);
\fill [fill=red!90!black] (0,0) to [out=120, in=250] (-0.2,4.2) -- (-0.5,5) -- (-0.3,5.2) -- (1.8,4.5) -- (3.7,5.2) to [out=-70, in=70] (3.9,0) -- (3.2,0.5) to [out=200, in=-20] (0.6,0.5) -- cycle;
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (0.75,3.65) circle [radius=1.3];
\draw [cyan!80, fill=white, line width=8pt] (3.25,3.7) circle [radius=1];

\fill [black] (1.05,3.5) circle [radius=0.45];
\fill [black] (2.9,3.65) circle [radius=0.3];

\fill [white] (1.25,3.5) circle [radius=0.15];
\fill [white] (3.05,3.6) circle [radius=0.12];

\fill [yellow!80!orange] (1.85,3.2) -- (2.35,3.2) -- (2.1,2.6) -- cycle;
\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}

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comment using gnuplot to plot data from a file
15000 data points is an awful lot. Even on a very high res output device, you wouldn't be able to distinguish the individual dots, and you'd have a very large file that would take a long time to render. Are you sure you can't downsample the data in some fashion?
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comment using gnuplot to plot data from a file
Take a look at tex.stackexchange.com/questions/71488/….
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comment How to make an inline pgfplot
@mcjohnalds45: take a look at tex.stackexchange.com/questions/31091