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Re: GNUPLOT in Cygwin: Terminal type set to 'unknown'
Den 2011-02-24 14:00 skrev Keith Christian:
> There is lots of additional good gnuplot info on the WWW.
> Fast answer:
> gnuplot> set terminal dumb
> Terminal type set to 'dumb'
> Options are 'feed size 79, 24'
> gnuplot> plot sin(x)
> A (crude) graph of sin(x) should now be on the terminal screen, or if
> you're using X, then it will appear in an X window.
You could also use "set terminal ggi" to get a prettier graph without
Close the window by pressing 'q'.
If you want a different size window, you can use the environment
variable GGI_DEFMODE when starting gnuplot. See "man libggi" for
$ GGI_DEFMODE=600x300 gnuplot
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