Interface to the Gnuplot interpreter#

class sage.interfaces.gnuplot.Gnuplot#

Bases: sage.structure.sage_object.SageObject

Interface to the Gnuplot interpreter.

console()#
gnuplot()#
interact(cmd)#
plot(cmd, file=None, verbose=True, reset=True)#

Draw the plot described by cmd, and possibly also save to an eps or png file.

INPUT:

  • cmd - string

  • file - string (default: None), if specified save plot to given file, which may be either an eps (default) or png file.

  • verbose - print some info

  • reset - True: reset gnuplot before making graph

OUTPUT: displays graph

Note

Note that ^ s are replaced by ** s before being passed to gnuplot.

plot3d(f, xmin=- 1, xmax=1, ymin=- 1, ymax=1, zmin=- 1, zmax=1, title=None, samples=25, isosamples=20, xlabel='x', ylabel='y', interact=True)#
plot3d_parametric(f='cos(u)*(3 + v*cos(u/2)), sin(u)*(3 + v*cos(u/2)), v*sin(u/2)', range1='[u=-pi:pi]', range2='[v=-0.2:0.2]', samples=50, title=None, interact=True)#

Draw a parametric 3d surface and rotate it interactively.

INPUT:

  • f - (string) a function of two variables, e.g., ‘cos(u)*(3 + v*cos(u/2)), sin(u)*(3 + v*cos(u/2)), v*sin(u/2)’

  • range1 - (string) range of values for one variable, e.g., ‘[u=-pi:pi]’

  • range2 - (string) range of values for another variable, e.g., ‘[v=-0.2:0.2]’

  • samples - (int) number of sample points to use

  • title - (string) title of the graph.

EXAMPLES:

sage: gnuplot.plot3d_parametric('v^2*sin(u), v*cos(u), v*(1-v)')   # optional - gnuplot  (not tested, since something pops up).
sage.interfaces.gnuplot.gnuplot_console()#