Wed, 19 Apr 2000 17:38:19 +0100 (BST)
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000 Mohamed_K_Ahmed/IST/UNO/UNEBR@unomail.unomaha.edu wrote:
> Also I think that the xgraph is a very useful plotting program to use, but I
> have a comment, that why only two columns at each time??
two columns per file is the general use.
But you can say:
xgraph file1 file2 file3
and compare separate datasets which don't share a common x base...
> I think it will be more useful if it had multiple columns and can be plotted at
> the same time (you know, like MS Excel)
...which is something I've never been able to do in Excel without
interpolating all files to share a common x column and then throwing
away enough of my results to fit in that teensy spreadsheet limit.
but hey, Excel has a chart wizard. pros and cons.