I don't think it is directly in there, but I am not too sure about this. You could just use matplotlib. Basically you could do something like this:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt plt.plot([1,2,3,4], [1,4,9,16]) plt.show()
Pylab would be possible as well, maybe even better, as it also gives you the math namespace. Hope that helps.
All the best Hannes
PS: For actually opening a file you might want to try:
plt.plotfile(fname, (0,1,2), subplots=False)
Which would plot the second and third column of the file 'fname' against the first one.
On 07/02/2012 09:50 AM, Amol Holkundkar wrote:
How we can use yt to plot ASCII files like gnuplot. Any simple example will be really appreciated.
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