[Kst] Embedding plot definition info in plot data file
arwalker at sumusltd.com
Tue Apr 20 19:18:10 CEST 2010
There is an option to save the data into the .kst file.
Once you've created all the plots that you want to, select the "Save Data"
item under the main File menu.
This is a checkable menu item, and should be checked to save your data into
the kst file.
Then just save the kst file as normal.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sonic" <get.sonic at gmail.com>
To: "Kst Mailing list" <kst at kde.org>
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 7:27 PM
Subject: [Kst] Embedding plot definition info in plot data file
> I'm very new to Kst. So far, we've been working on Windows and used
> a tool called EasyPlot (http://www.spiralsoftware.com/ep/epindex.html)
> for all our plotting needs.
> Now that we're moving to Linux, I've been looking for a good plotting
> software and Kst seems awesome.
> Just one question. Can we have one single file that contains the plot
> data (the samples for x and y, for example) and the info that defines
> how the plot is to be displayed (which fields belong to the y axes, the
> colour, marker types etc.)?
> We've been using such files with EasyPlot wherein the first few lines of
> the file will contain info on what fields are to be chosen as x-y axes
> and how the plot is to be displayed etc. and this is followed by the
> actual data (I'm talking about a full ASCII file here, but I believe the
> binary file is similar). Can we have something similar with Kst?
> Our requirement is to have the plot displayed by just double-clicking on
> a plot file. I guess a *.kst file will do just that. But the data needs
> to be in some other file, isn't it? We typically have 50 to 2000
> parameters to be plotted and we create individual plot files for each
> parameter. People copy only the files corresponding to the parameters
> they are interested in. So if these were completely independent files,
> it'd really help (rather that one big data file and several *.kst files,
> which are useless without the data file).
> Can this be done with Kst?
> Any help is highly appreciated.
> Thanks and regards,
> Kst mailing list
> Kst at kde.org
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