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Gnuplot module - PERL Modules

I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied. But... My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while replotting the updated data. Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way? Or is this module just to output to a file? Thanks for any info Alessandro Magni...

  1. #1

    Default Gnuplot module

    I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    But...

    My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    replotting the updated data.

    Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    Or is this module just to output to a file?

    Thanks for any info

    Alessandro Magni
    Alythh Guest

  2. #2

    Default Gnuplot module

    I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    But...

    My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    replotting the updated data.

    Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    Or is this module just to output to a file?

    Thanks for any info

    Alessandro Magni
    Alythh Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > But...
    >
    > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > replotting the updated data.
    >
    > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >
    AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.

    -yuchung
    Yuchung Cheng Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > But...
    >
    > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > replotting the updated data.
    >
    > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >
    AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.

    -yuchung
    Yuchung Cheng Guest

  5. #5

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]yuchun[/email] (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    > [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > > But...
    > >
    > > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > > replotting the updated data.
    > >
    > > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > >
    > AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    demand.

    Regards,
    Slaven

    --
    Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]

    tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]
    Slaven Rezic Guest

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    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]yuchun[/email] (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    > [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > > But...
    > >
    > > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > > replotting the updated data.
    > >
    > > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > >
    > AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    demand.

    Regards,
    Slaven

    --
    Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]

    tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]
    Slaven Rezic Guest

  7. #7

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    >> > But...
    >> >
    >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    >> > replotting the updated data.
    >> >
    >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >> >
    >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    >demand.
    >
    >Regards,
    > Slaven
    Demand.

    Thanks!

    David

    David Combs Guest

  8. #8

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    >> > But...
    >> >
    >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    >> > replotting the updated data.
    >> >
    >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >> >
    >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    >demand.
    >
    >Regards,
    > Slaven
    Demand.

    Thanks!

    David

    David Combs Guest

  9. #9

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    >> > But...
    >> >
    >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    >> > replotting the updated data.
    >> >
    >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >> >
    >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    >demand.
    >
    >Regards,
    > Slaven
    >
    >--
    >Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]
    >
    > tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    > [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]

    Demand.

    (not via email; here, so all can see it.)

    Thanks!

    David



    David Combs Guest

  10. #10

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    >> > But...
    >> >
    >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    >> > replotting the updated data.
    >> >
    >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    >> >
    >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    >demand.
    >
    >Regards,
    > Slaven
    >
    >--
    >Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]
    >
    > tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    > [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]

    Demand.

    (not via email; here, so all can see it.)

    Thanks!

    David



    David Combs Guest

  11. #11

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote in message news:<87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>...
    > [email]yuchun[/email] (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    > > [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > > > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > > > But...
    > > >
    > > > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > > > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > > > replotting the updated data.
    > > >
    > > > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > > > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > > >
    > > AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > > "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > > gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    > No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    > IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    > demand.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Slaven
    DEMAND --> please post example in this newsgroup!!

    RGDS

    Ingo ;-))
    Ingo Fellner Guest

  12. #12

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote in message news:<87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>...
    > [email]yuchun[/email] (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    >
    > > [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > > > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > > > But...
    > > >
    > > > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > > > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > > > replotting the updated data.
    > > >
    > > > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > > > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > > >
    > > AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > > "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > > gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    >
    > No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    > IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    > demand.
    >
    > Regards,
    > Slaven
    DEMAND --> please post example in this newsgroup!!

    RGDS

    Ingo ;-))
    Ingo Fellner Guest

  13. #13

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]dkcombspanix.com[/email] (David Combs) writes:
    > In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    > Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    > >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    > >
    > >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > >> > But...
    > >> >
    > >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > >> > replotting the updated data.
    > >> >
    > >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > >> >
    > >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    > >
    > >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    > >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    > >demand.
    > >
    > >Regards,
    > > Slaven
    > >
    > >--
    > >Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]
    > >
    > > tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    > > [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]
    >
    >
    > Demand.
    >
    > (not via email; here, so all can see it.)
    >
    The actual script is too large to post, see the distibution at

    [url]http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~eserte/src/tkplotwetter/[/url]

    The interesting functions are start_gnuplot to create the
    communication channel, and reset_gnuplot, print_gnuplot and calcplot
    to see how to send command to gnuplot.

    Regards,
    Slaven

    --
    Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]

    Start a WWW browser - OS independent:
    [url]http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~eserte/src/perl/WWWBrowser/[/url]
    Slaven Rezic Guest

  14. #14

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    [email]dkcombspanix.com[/email] (David Combs) writes:
    > In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    > Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:
    > >yuchun (Yuchung Cheng) writes:
    > >
    > >> [email]alythhnetscape.net[/email] (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a25ba72.0307230050.57da7475posting.google. com>...
    > >> > I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
    > >> > But...
    > >> >
    > >> > My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
    > >> > graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
    > >> > replotting the updated data.
    > >> >
    > >> > Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
    > >> > Or is this module just to output to a file?
    > >> >
    > >> AFAIK, gnuplot only p static data and generate the graph, even with
    > >> "gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
    > >> gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.
    > >
    > >No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    > >IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    > >demand.
    > >
    > >Regards,
    > > Slaven
    > >
    > >--
    > >Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]
    > >
    > > tknotes - A knotes clone, written in Perl/Tk.
    > > [url]http://ptktools.sourceforge.net/#tknotes[/url]
    >
    >
    > Demand.
    >
    > (not via email; here, so all can see it.)
    >
    The actual script is too large to post, see the distibution at

    [url]http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~eserte/src/tkplotwetter/[/url]

    The interesting functions are start_gnuplot to create the
    communication channel, and reset_gnuplot, print_gnuplot and calcplot
    to see how to send command to gnuplot.

    Regards,
    Slaven

    --
    Slaven Rezic - [email]slavenrezic.de[/email]

    Start a WWW browser - OS independent:
    [url]http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~eserte/src/perl/WWWBrowser/[/url]
    Slaven Rezic Guest

  15. #15

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:

    | No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    | IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    | demand.


    open(GP, "|gnuplot");
    print GP "set term png small color;" .
    "set out 'mystuff.png'\n" .
    "set title 'my funky data'\n" .
    "plot 'mystuff.dat' smooth bezier\n";

    other stuff as needed.


    You can also just use X11 default and don't set term/out for realtime
    updates of data as you update the file.

    --
    Bill Davidsen <davidsentmr.com> CTO, TMR Associates
    As we enjoy great advantages from inventions of others, we should be
    glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours; and
    this we should do freely and generously.
    -Benjamin Franklin (who would have liked open source)
    bill davidsen Guest

  16. #16

    Default Re: Gnuplot module

    In article <87ispm1ma0.fsfvran.herceg.de>,
    Slaven Rezic <slavenrezic.de> wrote:

    | No, it's perfectly possible to open a communication channel via
    | IO::Pipe and to send multiple commands to gnuplot. Example code on
    | demand.


    open(GP, "|gnuplot");
    print GP "set term png small color;" .
    "set out 'mystuff.png'\n" .
    "set title 'my funky data'\n" .
    "plot 'mystuff.dat' smooth bezier\n";

    other stuff as needed.


    You can also just use X11 default and don't set term/out for realtime
    updates of data as you update the file.

    --
    Bill Davidsen <davidsentmr.com> CTO, TMR Associates
    As we enjoy great advantages from inventions of others, we should be
    glad of an opportunity to serve others by any invention of ours; and
    this we should do freely and generously.
    -Benjamin Franklin (who would have liked open source)
    bill davidsen Guest

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