Ivo Roupa wrote:
> Jean-Julien Fleck wrote:
>> Hello,
>> 
>>> I would like to plot some data from .txt or .csv files. Is it possible?
>>> And what gem do you use? I found rgnuplot but I can't use it...
>> 
>> Try using ctioga:
>> 
>> sudo gem install ctioga
>> 
>> and then
>> 
>> ctioga file.txt # -> plot column 2 versus column 1
>> ctioga file.txt@1:4 # -> plot column 4 versus column 1
>> ctioga file.txt  @1:4 # -> plot column 2 and column 4 against column 1
>> 
>> Try ctioga --help to see all you can do or look at the doc:
>> http://sciyag.rubyforge.org/ctioga/doc/
>> 
>> NB: I don't think ctioga handles csv yet but a simple regexp could
>> change all your commas in spaces and you get a valid file. Or even
>> something like this should be enough.
>> 
>> cat file.csv | tr ',' ' ' > file.txt
>> 
>> NB2: ctioga is currently being reimplemented in ctioga2 which will
>> have some nice features as being able to be launched from a file
>> rather than from the command-line, but all the currently available
>> features of ctioga have not yet been implemented in ctioga2. Look at
>> http://ctioga2.rubyforge.org/doc/getting-started.html to see if it can
>> fit your needs.
>> 
>> Cheers,
> 
> Jean-Julien Fleck
> 
> Thank you for your help.
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Ivo Roupa


Jean-Julien Fleck

I've install ctioga and take a look at 
http://sciyag.rubyforge.org/ctioga/tutorial/how_to_read_this_tutorial.html 
but I forgot to said that my OS is Windows and I'm using NetBeans 6.8 as 
my IDE. Can I still use ctioga? And there is any tutorial for Windows 
users?

Cheers

Ivo Roupa
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