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GAUSS Plot Library

Wage Data Plots

What is GAUSS?

GAUSS is an easy-to-use data analysis, mathematical and statistical environment based on the powerful, fast and efficient GAUSS Matrix Programming Language. GAUSS is a complete analysis environment with the built-in tools you need for estimation, forecasting, simulation, visualization and more.

What is the GAUSS plot library?

The GAUSS plot library focuses on the graphic functionality of GAUSS. It provides example images of plots created in GAUSS along with the GAUSS code used to create the plots. Together these tools demonstrate how to create and format a variety of types of graphs in GAUSS. This library illustrates both fundamental graphing features as well as advanced plotting features in GAUSS, such as color schemes, graph annotation, and canvas sizing. GAUSS

Structure of repository

Images and descriptions of graph examples are stored in the "doc" directory as .md files. These files contain links to the GAUSS program files that are used to create the graphs. The program files are stored as .gss files in the "src" directory. The naming structure is consistent between the .md files and the .gss files. For example, the code for creating the graph illustrated in the file "doc/bar_add_error_bars.md" is found in file "src/bar_add_error_bars.gss".

Getting Started

Prerequisites

The program files require a working copy of GAUSS 18+. Many can be run on earlier versions with some small revisions.

Installing

  1. Images and descriptions of graph examples are stored in the "doc" directory as .md files. These files contain links to the GAUSS program files that are used to create the graphs.
  2. The program files are stored as .gss files in the "src" directory. The naming structure is consistent between the .md files and the .gss files. For example, the code for creating the graph illustrated in the file "doc/bar_add_error_bars.md" is found in file "src/bar_add_error_bars.gss".
  3. If the program file contains data it is stored in the "data" directory.
  4. These program files and their associated data files can be downloaded directly into the examples directory in the GAUSS home directory.

Coverage

Graph Image
Stock portfolio area plot GAUSS area plot
Bar graph with error bars GAUSS bar graph with error bars
Histogram with added line plot GAUSS histogram plot
Log X-axis with Inset Plot GAUSS logX graph
Log Y-axis with Inset Plot GAUSS logY graph
Horizontally plotted odds ratios GAUSS horizontal odds ratio
Polar rose plot GAUSS polar rose
Scatter plot with a trend line GAUSS polar rose
Annotated time series plot GAUSS annotated time series
XY plot with added error bars GAUSS annotated time series
XY plot with LaTex labels GAUSS XY plot with LaTex labels
Grid scatter plot GAUSS grid scatter plot
Annotated histogram GAUSS annotated histogram plot

Authors

Erica Clower
Aptech Systems, Inc
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