[Kst] question on generating plots from the command line

Dan Field dan_field at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 11 22:12:14 UTC 2015


Thanks for this... can you send me a pointer for learning about how to
use the scripting interface?


On 10/11/2015 12:52 PM, Nicolas Brisset wrote:
> Hi Dan,
> I'm not really sure as I rarely use the command line. But you should
> be able to do what you're asking for (and much more) using the python
> scripting interface.
> Nicolas
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     *De: *"Dan Field" <dan_field at hotmail.com>
>     *À: *kst at kde.org
>     *Envoyé: *Mercredi 7 Octobre 2015 19:45:49
>     *Objet: *[Kst] question on generating plots from the command line
>     Hi All:
>     If I generate a plot from the command line like:
>         kst2 <filename> -x Time -P PlotName -y Field1 -y Field2
>     I get a single plot with 2 xy graphs, Time vs Field1 and Time vs
>     Field2.  However, there's no way to distinguish which of the
>     differently
>     colored lines being graphed belong to Time vs Field1 and which belongs
>     to Time vs Field2.  Are there some command lines that I'm missing that
>     allow me to create a legend or some other way to do so?  Is there some
>     way to show the plot name (in this case "PlotName") on the actual plot
>     and not part of an axis label?
>     Thanks in advance for your help.
>     Best,
>         Dan
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