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Gnuplot 5.0.3 Auto extracted list of the abbreviations with a variant of the code posted in the other answer. ra - raise low - lower bi - bind ca - call cl - clear eval - evaluate ex - exit f - fit h - help hi - history l - load pa - ...


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Here I think it is a useful resource and I followed my own suggestion (see below) :-). You can download the not sorted version too , where the abbreviation are not alphabetically sorted, and so are grouped in commands, and option relative to the commands. Two ways As far as I am aware there is not a complete list of abbreviations, at least it is not so ...


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You can try to use the pseudofile + and plot with the filledcurves option: set termoption enhanced set style fill transparent solid 0.70 noborder set key off set sample 1000 set xlabel "{/*1.2x}" set ylabel "{/*1.2f(x)}" plot [0:2*pi] '+' using ($1):(sin($1+.1)):(sin($1-.1)) w filledcurves


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The following script will do what you are asking as I understand it. It will run a sequence of gnuplot commands non-interactively and then continue the same gnuplot session from the command line. The comments in the script indicate where you should put the non-interactive commands. #!/bin/bash - # Cheap 'trick' to show gnuplot prompt # There are better ...



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