List the currently saved graphs (SAVE PLOT command) by
sequence number, file name, and title.
The SAVE PLOT and REPEAT PLOT commands allow you to save and
recall graphs. The primary use of this is to compare the current
graph to previously created graphs.
Dataplot maintains a list of saved graphs for the current
session. The "current list" consists of all plots saved in
the current session and any plots from previous Dataplot
sessions explicitly recalled with the REPEAT PLOT command.
These commands are host dependent. They are currently
supported for the following platforms:
- Unix platforms via the X11 device driver;
- Windows 95/98/NT command line version built with the
Microsoft Fortran compiler;
- Dataplot GUI (both Unix and Windows 95/98/NT).
READ FILE.DAT Y1 Y2 Y3
SAVE PLOT HIST.1
SAVE PLOT HIST.2
SAVE PLOT HIST.3
LIST GRAPH, LP, and LG are all synonyms for LIST PLOT.
The REPEAT PLOT command is used to display a plot saved
with SAVE PLOT. The LIST PLOT command lists the currently
saved plots (by sequence number, file name, and title).
The CYCLE PLOT command allows you to cycle through the
pixmaps in the current list by clicking mouse buttons.
The PIXMAP TITLE command allows you to specify the title
for a saved plot. This title is simply for ease of
identification in listing the saved plots and is not
saved as part of the plot.
READ BERGER1.DAT Y X
FIT Y X
SAVE PLOT RES.1
QUADRATIC FIT Y X
SAVE PLOT RES.2
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Date created: 6/5/2001
Last updated: 10/30/2015
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