[IPython-user] Setting the linewidth with Gnuplot2

Andrea Riciputi ariciputi at pito.com
Thu Sep 30 10:54:04 CDT 2004

Same IPython version here. Using only plot doesn't do the trick because 
Gnuplot.Data is the key here. Surely Fernando explained to me the 
reason behind this behaviour, but I can't remember it.

If you want to create your plots interactively you can use:

In [4]: plot(Gnuplot.Data(x,sin(x), with="lines ls 20"))

it works from the ipython prompt. If you think that is too much typing 
you can always redefine your own plot function.

Hope this helps,

On 30 Sep 2004, at 17:18, Francesc Alted wrote:

> Yes, this works. It's just that I'm used to the way:
> from IPython.GnuplotInteractive import *
> plot(nrows[:], time2[:], titles=["Standard"], with="lines ls 1")
> but this does not seems to work. Is that possible at all?
> In [144]: IPython.__version__
> Out[144]: '0.6.2'

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