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README.md

ogpf

Object Based Interface to GnuPlot from Fortran (ogpf)

2D Plots

Simple plot Animation
Example 04 Example 09

3D Plots

Surface Contour
Example 04 Example 09

GnuPlot Interface

Purpose:   Object Based Interface to GnuPlot from Fortran (ogpf)
Platform:  Windows XP/Vista/7/10, Linux
		   (It should work on other platforms, e.g Mac see the finalize_plot subroutine in ogpf.f90)
Language:  Fortran 2003 and 2008
Requires:  1. Fortran 2003 compiler (e.g gfortran 4.7, IVF 12.1, and later ...)
              There is only two more features needs Fortran 2008 standard
              execute_command_line and passing internal function as argument.
		   2. gnuplot 5 and higher (other previous version can be used)
Author:    Mohammad Rahmani
           Chem Eng Dep., Amirkabir Uni. of Tech
           Tehran, Ir
           url:    aut.ac.ir/m.rahmani
           github: github.com/kookma
           email:  m[dot]rahmani[at]aut[dot]ac[dot]ir
License:   MIT. Please always give a link to this repo

PLotting Capabilities

2D Plots

  • plot(v)
  • plot(x,y)
  • plot(x,y, linespec)
  • plot(x1,y1,ls1, x2,y2,ls2, x3,y3,ls3, x4,y4,ls4)
  • plot(x, M)
  • semilogx(x,y)
  • semilogy(x,y)
  • loglog(x,y)

3D Plots

  • surf(x,y,z)
  • surf(x,y,z,lspec)
  • surf(x,y,z, palette)
  • surf(z, palette)
  • contour(x,y,z,palette)
  • contour(z,palette)

Animation

  • animation_start(delay)
  • animation_show()

Multiplot

  • multiplot(rows, cols)

Mathematical Utility Functions

  • linspace(a,b,n)
  • linspace(a,b)
  • arange(a,b,dx)
  • meshgrid(X,Y, xgv,ygv)
  • meshgrid(X,Y, xgv)

Color palette

Nine different color palettes are available. See Ann Schnider gnuplot color palettes and Gnuplotting. These color palettes can be used with:

surf(x,y,z,palette='plt-name')

contour(x,y,z,palette='plt-name')

  • set1
  • set2
  • set3
  • palette1
  • palette2
  • paired
  • dark2
  • accent
  • jet

The ogpf library other features

There are a plenety commands to customise the plots. This includes:

  • Plot annotation (e.g. title, xlabel, ylabel, and zlabel)
  • Axes setting (e.g. xrange, yrange, zrange, and grid)
  • Line and marker color and style
  • Gnuplot options (e.g. fonts, tics format, frame format,... )

The ogpf options command

The option command is a very powerful command and can be used to customize the gnuplot in many ways. Options can be set by calling the ogpf options. In every call, it is possible to set several options separated by semicolon or options can be set by several calls. Below shows few samples:

  • Sample 1

Set the legend (key) at the right bottom of window

call gp%options('set key bottom right')

  • Sample 2

Define a new line style

call gp%options('set style line 1 lc rgb "blue" lt 1 lw 2 pt 6 ps 1.5')

  • Sample 3

Use several options each uses separate command

call gp%options('set tics')

call gp%options('set tics font ",8"') ! font size for tics

  • Sample 4

Set several options at the same time using semicolon as delimiter

call gp%options('unset tics; unset colorbox')

Demo

There is a collection of examples in demo.f90 to show the capabilities of ogpf.

Easy to use

To use ogpf in your project, add the library file to your fortran project (code)

  • ogpf.f90 (the main library)

For details see 'demo.f90'

Important Note

To use ogpf on other operating system, you may need to modify the terminal type and fonts in the section of Configuration Parameters. A Makefile has been provided to build the demo from command line.

Example codes

This section shows selected example codes from demo.f90

  • Example 1
    SUBROUTINE Exmp01
        !...............................................................................
        !Example 1: A very basic example
        !...............................................................................
        TYPE(gpf):: gp
        INTEGER, PARAMETER:: n=17
        Real(wp):: x(n)
        Real(wp):: y(n)
        ! Input data
        x=dble([-8,-7,-6,-5,-4,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8])
        y=dble([66,51,38,27,18,11,6,3,2,3,6,11,18,27,38,51,66])

        ! Annotation: set title, xlabel, ylabel
        CALL gp%title('Example 1. A simple xy plot')
        CALL gp%xlabel('my x axis ...')
        CALL gp%ylabel('my y axis ...')
        Call gp%options('set style data linespoints')
        !Call Plot to draw a vector against a vector of data
        CALL gp%plot(x, y)
    END SUBROUTINE Exmp01

Will produce

Example 01

  • Example 04

Plot several data series at the same time

    subroutine exmp04

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter:: n=50
        integer, parameter:: m=65
        real(wp):: x(n)
        real(wp):: y(n)
        real(wp):: xv(m)
        real(wp):: yv(m)
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        ! Input data
        x=linspace(-pi,pi,n)  !linspace is a utility function from module ogpf
        y=sin(x)

        xv=linspace(0.d0, 2.d0*pi,m)
        yv=cos(2.d0*xv)
        !           This is the maximum number of plot can be drawn at the same time
        !           If you have more data see, you can plot can be used with matrices!
        call gp%title('Example 4. Plot four data sets using gnuplot')
        call gp%options('set key top left; set grid')

        call gp%plot(x,y, 'title "sin(x)"', &
            xv,yv, 'with lp lt 6 title "cos(2x)"', &
            xv, 2.d0*yv, 'title "2cos(2x)" lt 7', &
            xv, 0.5d0*yv, 'title "0.5cos(2x)" with points pt 8')

        ! Another example with keyboard arguments
        call gp%plot(x1=x,y1=y,x2=xv,y2=yv)

    end subroutine exmp04

Will produce

Example 04 Example 04

  • Example 05
    SUBROUTINE Exmp05
        !...............................................................................
        ! Example 5: Use line style and legends
        !...............................................................................
        TYPE(gpf):: gplot
        INTEGER, PARAMETER:: n=50
        Real(wp):: x(n)
        Real(wp):: ys(n)
        Real(wp):: yc(n)
        Real(wp):: ysc(n)
        Real(wp), PARAMETER :: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        ! Input data
        x=linspace(-2.d0*pi,2.d0*pi,n)  !linspace is a utility function from module Utils
        ys=sin(x)
        yc=exp(-0.1d0*x)*cos(x)
        ysc=sin(x/2.d0)*cos(2.d0*x)

        ! Annotation, set title, xlabel, ylabel
        CALL gplot%title('Example 5. A sample with style and legends')
        CALL gplot%xlabel('x, rad')
        CALL gplot%ylabel('y, dimensionless')

        ! Plot to draw three set of data
        CALL gplot%plot(x,ys,'title "sin" with lines lt 5 lc rgb "#0008B0"', &
                        x,yc,'title "cos" with points lt 6 lc rgb "#FF1100"', &
                        x,ysc,'title "sin(x/2)cos(2x)" with lp lt 7 lc rgb "#00AA04"' )

    END SUBROUTINE Exmp05

Will produce

Example 05

  • Example 06
     subroutine exmp06

        type(gpf):: gplot
        integer, parameter:: n=125

        real(wp):: x(n)
        real(wp):: y(n)

        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        ! Input data
        x=linspace(0.d0,pi*2.d0,n)  !linspace is a utility function from module Utils
        y=sin(6.d0*x)*exp(-x)


        ! Annotation, set title, xlabel, ylabel
        call gplot%title('Example 6. A sample shows sin(x) and its zero on the plot')
        call gplot%xlabel('x, rad')
        call gplot%ylabel('sin(x), dimensionless')
        call gplot%options('set grid')

        ! Plot to draw two set of data, a series and a single point
        call gplot%plot(x,y,'title "sin(x)" with lines lt 2 lw 3', &
            [pi],[0.d0],'title "zero" with points pt 7 ps 3 lc rgb "#FF0000"')
    end subroutine exmp06

Will produce

Example 06

  • Example 08

Plotting matrix against a vector with customized linestyles

    subroutine exmp08

        type(gpf):: matplot
        integer, parameter:: n=25, m=6
        integer :: i
        real(wp):: tf
        real(wp):: vo
        real(wp):: g
        real(wp):: t(n)
        real(wp):: y(n,m)

        !Create data
        tf=10.d0
        g=32.d0;
        t=linspace(0.d0,tf,n)
        do i = 1, m
            vo = 25.0d0 * i
            y(:, i) = vo*t-0.5d0*g*t**2
        end do

        !Draw the matrix y againest vector x
        call matplot%title('Example 8. Plotting a Matrix against a vector')
        call matplot%xlabel ('t, sec')
        call matplot%ylabel ('y, feet')
        call matplot%options('set xrange[0:10];set yrange [0:400];')
        call matplot%plot(t, y)

        !Another Matrix plot with legends and line specification
        call matplot%title('Example 8.2: Matrix plot, legends and linespec')
        call matplot%plot(t, 2.0d0*y(:,3:4), &
            lspec='t "vo=100" w lp lt 6 ps 3 lw 2;&
            & t "v=125" w lp lt 7 ps 3 lw 2 lc rgb "#ad6000"')

    end subroutine exmp08

Will produce

Example 08 Example 08

  • Example 9 Animation with 2D plot
   subroutine exmp09

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter::   n  = 35
        real(wp), parameter :: pi = 4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        real(wp):: x(n)
        real(wp):: y(n), z(n)
        integer :: i


        x=linspace(-pi, pi,n)
        y = 0.0_wp
        z = 0.0_wp
        call gp%animation_start(1) ! start animation, set delay is one second between frames
        call gp%axis([-pi, pi, -1.2_wp, 1.2_wp])
        call gp%options('set grid')
        ! add frames
        do i=1, n, 10
            y(i) = sin(x(i))
            z(i) = cos(x(i))
            ! each plot command adds one frame
            call gp%plot(x(1:i),y(1:i), 'w lines lc "red" lw 2', &
                x(i:i), y(i:i),'w points ps 3 pt 7 lc "red"', &
                x(1:i),z(1:i), 'w lines lc "blue" lw 2', &
                x(i:i), z(i:i), 'w points ps 3 pt 7 lc "blue"' )
        end do
        ! finalize and show frames one by one with delay between them
        ! as set by animation_start
        call gp%animation_show()
   end subroutine exmp09

will produce

Example 09

  • Example 10

Use options

   subroutine exmp10()


        type(gpf):: mp
        real(wp):: x(15)
        real(wp):: y(15)

        !Options is a dynamic length string and can set all kind of gnuplot
        call mp%options('set style line 1 lc rgb "#0060ad" lt 1 lw 2 pt 5 ps 1.5 # --- blue')
        call mp%options('set style line 2 lc rgb "#ad6000" lt 2 lw 2 pt 6 ps 1.5 # --- red')
        call mp%options('set style line 3 lc rgb "#00ad00" lt 2 lw 2 pt 7 ps 1.5 # --- green')
        ! this is a multipart string spanned over several lines
        call mp%options('&
            &set style data linespoints;&
            &set xrange [0.1:100];&
            &set yrange [0.01:10000];&
            &set autoscale')
        call mp%options('set key top left') ! set the key location

        x=linspace(0.1d0,100d0,15);
        y=x**2;
        call mp%title("Example 10. x vs. x^2")
        call mp%plot(x1=x, y1=1.50*y, ls1='t "y=1.5x^2" ls 1', &
            x2=x, y2=2.00*y, ls2='t "y=2.0x^2" ls 2', &
            x3=x, y3=2.50*y, ls3='t "y=2.5x^2" ls 3')
        call mp%reset()
        call mp%title('Reset to initial setting')
        call mp%plot(x,2*y)
    end subroutine exmp10

The first output is:

Example 09

  • Example 11
    subroutine exmp11
        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter :: n=125
        real(wp):: t(n)
        real(wp):: r(n)
        real(wp):: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        !1. reset gplot
        !!!   CALL gp%reset()
        ! TODOD: There is a problem with reset, persist is off by reset
        !2. set option, and set plot as polar
        call gp%options("&
            &set polar;&
            &set trange [-pi:pi]")

        ! 3. create data
        t=linspace(-pi,pi,n)
        r=sin(3.d0*t)

        !Annotation, set title, xlabel, ylabel
        call gp%title("Example 11: simple polar plot")
        call gp%xlabel("x,...")
        call gp%ylabel("y,...")

        !Call plot method
        call gp%plot(t,r, 'title "sin(3t)"')
        call gp%plot(t, cos(4*t))

    end subroutine exmp11

Will produce

Example 11 Example 11

Logarithmic scale

  • Example 13
    subroutine exmp13
        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter :: n=25
        real(wp):: x(n)
        real(wp):: y(n)


        ! 1. create data
        x=linspace(0.1d0,10.d0,n)
        y=5.d0*x**3+4.d0*x**2+3.d0*x+1.d0

        !Annotation, set title, xlabel, ylabel
        call gp%title("Example 13: A simple matrix plot with semi-log y")
        call gp%ylabel("y,logarithmic scale")
        call gp%xlabel("x, normal scale")

        ! plot a matrix against vector in logarithmic y axis with line specification
        call gp%semilogy(x,reshape([y,10.d0*y],[n,2]), 'with lines lt 8; with points pt 7')

    end subroutine exmp13

will produce Example 13

  • Example 14
   subroutine exmp14
        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter :: n=75
        real(wp):: x(n)
        real(wp):: y(n)
        real(wp):: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)

        ! 1. create data
        x=exp(linspace(0.d0,2.d0*pi,n))
        y=50.d0+exp( 3.d0* linspace(0.d0,2.d0*pi,n) )

        ! 2. Annotation, set title, xlabel, ylabel
        call gp%title("Example 14: A loglog plot")
        call gp%xlabel("x,logarithmic scale")
        call gp%ylabel("y,logarithmic scale")

        ! 3. Set grid on
        call gp%options('set grid xtics ytics mxtics')

        ! 4. Call plot method
        call gp%loglog(x,y)

    end subroutine exmp14

will produce Example 14

  • Example 16

Save the script file for future use

   subroutine exmp16()
        type(gpf):: gp
        real(wp):: pi=4.d0*atan(1.d0)
        integer, parameter :: n=100
        real(wp) :: x(n)
        real(wp) :: y(n)
        real(wp) :: z(n)

        ! create data
        x = linspace(-pi, 3.0d0*pi)
        y = sin(2.0d0*x)*exp(-x/5.0d0)
        z = cos(2.0d0*x)*exp(-x/5.0d0)

        ! several gnuplot optuons
        call gp%options('set border linewidth 1.5')
        call gp%options('set style line 1 lc rgb "#ad6009" lt 1 lw 2 pt 7 ps 1.5 # --- red like')
        call gp%options('set style line 2 lc rgb "#00ad09" lt 2 lw 2 pt 6 ps 1.5 # --- green like')
        call gp%options('unset key')
        call gp%options('set grid')
        call gp%options('set ytics 1')
        call gp%options('set tics scale 0.75')

        call gp%title("Example 16. Save the script into file for future use")
        call gp%xlabel("x...")
        call gp%ylabel("y...")

        ! save the script into a file
        call gp%filename("Example16.gp")
        call gp%plot(x, y, ls1='with lp ls 1', x2=x, y2=z, ls2='with lp ls 2')

        print*  ! empty line
        print*, 'Plot commands were written in Example16.gp successfully'
        print*, 'Open gnuplot and load this script file to plot the results!'
        print*  ! empty line

    end subroutine exmp16

will produce Example 16

  • Example 17 Use add_script and run_script to do versatile operation with gnuplot
   subroutine exmp17()
        ! Script is used to create multi window plots
        ! Each "set term wxt <number>" creates a new window
        type(gpf):: gp

        call gp%add_script('set term wxt 0 title "My first plot" size 640,480')
        call gp%add_script('set title "Example 17. Multi windows plot using script"')
        call gp%add_script('plot x*x+2*x+1')
        call gp%add_script('set term wxt 1 title "My second plot"')
        call gp%add_script('set ylabel "xsin(x)"')
        call gp%add_script('plot x*sin(x)')

        call gp%run_script()

    end subroutine exmp17

will produce Example 17 Example 17

  • Example 18
     subroutine exmp18()
  
        !Use gnuplot script
        !to send a special external script file to gnuplot
        !the file is an external file here is called "simple.plt"
        type(gpf):: gp

        ! add some options and commands
        call gp%title("Example 18. Running an external script file")
        call gp%add_script('load "sample_script.gp" ')

        ! run script
        call gp%run_script()

    end subroutine exmp18

Will produce

Example 18

  • Example 20

Scatter plot

   subroutine exmp20()
        !...............................................................................
        ! Example 20: Making a scatter plot
        !...............................................................................

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer,  parameter :: n=750
        real(wp) :: x(n), y(n), ym(n), noise(n), d(n)
        real(wp) :: a, b

        ! generate data
        a = 00.0_wp
        b = 05.0_wp
        ! 1. generate the model data
        x  = linspace(a,b,n)
        ym = sqrt(x)  ! model data


        ! 2. generate the measured data with noise (ensembles the experimental data)
        call random_number(noise)       ! generate noise in [0, 1]
        d = (b-a)/100.0_wp * (x-a)**2   ! define the deviation function
        d = 2.0_wp*(noise - 0.5_wp) * d ! distribute noise around y=0
        y = ym + d


        call gp%title('Example 20. Scatter plot')
        call gp%xlabel('x,....')
        call gp%options('set key top left')
        call gp%options('set autoscale fix')
        call gp%options('set style line 1 lc rgb "blue" lt 1 lw 2 pt 6 ps 1.5')
        call gp%plot(x, y,  't "exp data" with points pt 6 ps 1.2 lc rgb "#ad2060"', &
            x, ym, 't "mode: y=sqrt(x)" w lines lt 1 lw 3 lc "blue"')

        ! plot only the experimental data
        call gp%title('Example 20. Scatter plot: data with noise')
        call gp%plot(x,y,'w l lc "blue"', x, ym, 'w l lc "dark-red" lw 2')

    end subroutine exmp20

Will produce

Example 20 Example 20

  • Example 21

Stem plot

    subroutine exmp21()
        !...............................................................................
        ! Example 21: Making a stem plot
        !...............................................................................

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer,  parameter :: n=50
        real(wp) :: x(n), y(n)
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)

        ! generate data
        x = linspace(0.0_wp, 4.0_wp*pi, n)
        y = exp(-x/4.0)*sin(x)

        call gp%title('Example 21. Stem plot')
        ! making plot
        call gp%plot(x,y, 'with impulses lw 2.5', &
            x, y,  'with points pt 7')

    end subroutine exmp21

Will produce

Example 21

  • Example 22

Animation with stem plot

    subroutine exmp22()
        !...............................................................................
        ! Example 22: Stem plot animation
        !...............................................................................

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer,  parameter :: n=50
        real(wp) :: x(n), y(n)
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)
        integer :: i

        ! generate data
        x = linspace(0.0_wp, 4.0_wp*pi, n)
        y = exp(-x/4.0)*sin(x)
        ! important, set the xy axis range
        call gp%axis([0.0_wp, 4.0_wp*pi, -1.0_wp, 1.0_wp])

        ! start animation
        call gp%animation_start(delay=1) ! one second delay between frames
        do i=1,n ! add frames
            ! each plot command adds one frame
            call gp%plot(x(1:i), y(1:i), 'with impulses lw 2', &
                x(1:i), y(1:i),  'with points pt 6')
        end do
        ! finalize and show all frames in ornithological order with pause as
        ! set by animation_start
        call gp%animation_show()

    end subroutine exmp22

Will produce

Example 22

  • Example 25

Multiplot layout

    subroutine exmp25()

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer,  parameter :: n=25
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)
        real(wp) :: x(n), y(n,4)
        integer :: i

        x=linspace(-pi, pi, n)
        y(:,1) = sin(x)
        y(:,2) = sin(x)*cos(x)
        y(:,3) = (1-x)*sin(x)
        y(:,4) = (1-x)*cos(x)

        ! general options
        call gp%options('set tics font ",8"')

        call gp%multiplot(2,2)
        do i=1, 4
            call gp%plot(x, y(:,i), 'lt 4 pt 6')
        end do
        ! a new window will be started when all places in the multiplot
        ! layout is occupied. The multiplot window will be closed
        call gp%plot(x,y)
    end subroutine exmp25

Will produce

Example 25 Example 25

3D plots: surf and contour

  • Example 101

Using different color palettes

    subroutine exmp101

        type(gpf):: gp
        real(wp), allocatable:: x(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: y(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z(:,:)
        real(wp):: a=0.5d0
        real(wp):: b=2.0d0
        real(wp), allocatable :: xgrid(:)
        real(wp), allocatable :: ygrid(:)
        integer:: m
        integer:: n

        ! create 3D data
        m=55 ! number of grid points in y direction
        n=25 ! number of grid points in x direction
        xgrid=linspace(-10.0_wp, 10.0_wp, m)
        ygrid=linspace(0.0_wp, 5.0_wp, n)
        allocate( z(m,n) )

        call meshgrid(x, y, xgrid, ygrid) ! generate the 2D grid data
        z=(x**2/a - y**2/b)

        ! annotation
        call gp%title('Example 101: Simple 3D plot')
        call gp%xlabel('x-axis,...')
        call gp%ylabel('y-axis,...')
        call gp%zlabel('z-axis,...')

        !plot the 3D data
        call gp%surf(x, y, z, lspec='t "default color spec"' ) ! color palette: gnuplot default
        call gp%surf(x, y, z, lspec='t "Ann Schnider set1"', palette='set1' ) ! color palette: set1
        call gp%surf(x, y, z, lspec='t "Matlab Jet"', palette='jet' ) ! color palette: Matlab jet
    end subroutine exmp101

Will produce

Example 101 Example 101_2 Example 101_3

  • Example 102

Simple surface plot with color palette

   subroutine exmp102()
        type(gpf):: gp

        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)

        real(wp), allocatable:: x(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: y(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z(:,:)
        integer:: m
        integer:: n

        ! generate data
        call meshgrid(x, y, linspace(-0.75_wp*pi, 0.75_wp*pi, 35) ) ! xgrid == ygrid
        m=size(x,1)
        n=size(x,2)
        allocate( z(m,n) )

        !z= sin(x) * cos (y)
        where (x**2 + y**2 == 0.0_wp)
            z=1.0_wp
        elsewhere
            z=sin(x**2+y**2)/(x**2+y**2)
        end where


        call gp%title('Example 102: Simple 3D plot with color palette')
        call gp%xlabel('x-axis,...')
        call gp%ylabel('y-axis,...')
        call gp%options('set style data lines')

        !plot the 3D data
        CALL gp%surf(X,Y,Z, palette='jet')

    end subroutine exmp102

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Example

  • Example 103

A beautiful surface and contour plot

    subroutine exmp103()

        type(gpf):: gp
        real(wp), allocatable:: x(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: y(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z(:,:)
        real(wp):: a=-0.5_wp
        real(wp):: b= 0.5_wp
        real(wp):: pi= 4.0_wp * atan(1.0_wp)
        integer:: m
        integer:: n

        ! create 3D data
        call meshgrid( x, y, linspace(a, b, 55) )
        m=size(x,1)
        n=size(x,2)
        allocate( z(m,n) )
        z= cos(2.0*pi*x) * sin(2.0*pi*y)



        ! annotation
        call gp%title('Example 103: A beautiful surface plot with hidden details')
        call gp%options('set hidden3d')
        call gp%options('unset key')

        !plot the 3D data
        call gp%surf(x, y, z, palette='jet' ) ! color palette: Matlab jet
        ! contour
        call gp%contour(x,y,z, palette='set1')

    end subroutine exmp103

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Example Example

  • Example 104

Cylindrical mapping

    subroutine exmp104()
        type(gpf):: gp
        integer, parameter :: m = 35
        integer, parameter :: n = 15
        real(wp)           :: xv(m), yv(n)
        real(wp), dimension(:,:), allocatable:: x,y,z
        real(wp):: pi= 4.0_wp * atan(1.0_wp)

        xv = linspace(0.0_wp, pi, m)
        yv = linspace(0.0_wp, pi, n)
        call meshgrid(x,y, xv, yv)
        allocate( z(size(x,dim=1), size(x, dim=2)) )
        z = sin(y)


        ! advanced options
        call gp%options('set mapping cylindrical')
        call gp%options('unset tics')
        call gp%options('unset border')
        call gp%options('set view 147,312')
        call gp%options('set hidden3d')

        !
        call gp%title('Example 104. Cylindrical Mapping')
        call gp%surf(x,y,z)

    end subroutine exmp104

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Example

  • Example 105

Contour plot and surface plot with color palette

    subroutine exmp105()
        
        type(gpf):: gp

        real(wp), allocatable:: x(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: y(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z(:,:)
        integer:: m
        integer:: n
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)

        ! create the xyz data
        call meshgrid(x, y, linspace(-2.0_wp,2.0_wp, 65), linspace(-2.0_wp,3.0_wp, 65)  )

        m=size(x,1)
        n=size(x,2)
        allocate( z(m,n) )

        z = x * exp(-x**2 - y**2)

        call gp%options('unset key')
        call gp%options('unset surface')
        call gp%axis([real(wp):: -2, 2, -2, 3])

        !plot the contour
        call gp%title('Example 105: Contour plot')
        call gp%options('unset border; unset tics')
        call gp%surf(x,y,z, palette='accent')
        call gp%contour(x,y,z, palette='jet')

    end subroutine exmp105

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Example Example

  • Example 106

Animation with 3D plots

   subroutine exmp106()

        type(gpf):: gp
        integer,  parameter :: n=25, m=55
        real(wp) :: xv(m), yv(n), t
        real(wp), allocatable :: x(:,:), y(:,:), z(:,:)
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)

        ! generate data
        xv = linspace(0.0_wp, 2.0_wp*pi, m)
        yv = linspace(0.0_wp, 2.0_wp*pi, n)
        call meshgrid(x, y, xv, yv)
        z = sin(x) + cos(y)

        call gp%title('Example 106. Animation of surface plot')
        call gp%axis([0.0_wp, 2.0*pi, 0.0_wp, 2.0*pi])
        call gp%options('unset colorbox')
        call gp%options('set ticslevel 0')
        call gp%axis([0.0_wp, 2.0*pi, 0.0_wp, 2.0*pi, -2.0_wp, 2.0_wp])

        call gp%animation_start(1)
        t=0.050_wp
        do
            ! add frames
            call gp%surf(x, y, sin(t*pi/2.0)*z, palette='jet')
            t=t+0.1_wp
            if (t > 1.0_wp) exit
        end do
        ! show frames in ornithological order with a pause set in
        ! animation_start
        call gp%animation_show()

    end subroutine exmp106

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Example 106

  • Example 107

Multiplot layout for 3D plots

  subroutine exmp107()
        !...............................................................................
        !Example 107: Multiplot layout in 3D and Contour plot
        !...............................................................................
        type(gpf):: gp

        real(wp), allocatable:: x(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: y(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z1(:,:)
        real(wp), allocatable:: z2(:,:)
        integer:: m
        integer:: n
        real(wp), parameter :: pi=4.0_wp*atan(1.0_wp)

        ! create the xyz data
        call meshgrid(x, y, linspace(-pi,pi, 60)  )

        m=size(x,1)
        n=size(x,2)
        allocate( z1(m,n) )
        allocate( z2(m,n) )

        z1 = sin(x) + cos(y)
        z2 = sin(x) * cos(y)

        call gp%options('unset key')
        call gp%axis([-pi,pi,-pi,pi])
        call gp%options('unset colorbox')
        call gp%options('set autoscale fix')
        call gp%options('unset tics')

        !plot the contour
        call gp%title('Example 105: Contour plot')
        call gp%multiplot(1,2)
        call gp%surf(x,y,z1)
        call gp%surf(x,y,z2)

        call gp%multiplot(2,1)
        call gp%options('set colorbox')
        call gp%options('set tics')
        call gp%options('set tics font ",8"') ! font size for tics		
        call gp%contour(x,y,z1, palette='jet')
        call gp%contour(x,y,z2, palette='set1')


    end subroutine exmp107

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Example 107

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