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nemoplot - plot a table with self-describing PLOT command(s)
table_file [key=val] ...
nemoplot will plot a data table using
NEMO commands that are embedded as comments in the table.
Since NEMO ascii
tables (see table(5NEMO)
) can contain #-style comments, we allow (NEMO)
commands to be embedded with a special ’#PLOT’ line, making such tables somewhat
Although nemoplot is a great way to self-plot a table, NEMO’s
plotting routines are arguably not publication quality, and a followup
python/matplotlib script may be needed.
program has a similar
approach, combining data and the commands to produce the plot all in a
single file, referred to as a Grace Project File (*.agr).
for the first parameter, subsquent parameters must be key=val, and cannot
Any ’#PLOT’ commands will likely refer to a table
filename, which must be in the current (or correct) directory.
- This needs to be the first parameter, without
a keyword, and must be an existing file (normally an acii table). No default
- Pick which plot# to run (0 means show all, 1 execute the first,
- Name of bash script to run plots, which will
be created. [tmp$$]
- means clean up bash script, 0 means keep it
- Override any potential yapp(5NEMO)
setting from the one used
in the script. Unlike in a normal NEMO command line parser, here we allow
keywords to be given multiple times, the last one set will be the one used.
[Default: not used]
This is a
simple bash script, the CLI does not adhere to the usual getparam(3NEMO)
An example from the nemoplot repository:
nemoplot shift2.tab plot=2
and here an example how to make such a table from scratch
nemoinp 1:10 | tabmath - - ’sqrt(%1),%2+rang(0,0.1)’ > tab1
echo "#PLOT tabplot tab1 1 2,3 line=1,1,0,0 color=2,3 point=0,0,2,0.1" >>
$NEMO/src/scripts/nemoplot (bash) script
$NEMODAT/nemoplot/ directory with example nemoplot files
16-aug-2022 Created PJT
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