plottable - generate a graphics plot of the contents of a table given an associated table-handle variable
plottable(table_handle[, pause][, "gnuplot_cmd1", "gnuplot_cmd2", ... ])
Parameters inside the [brackets] are optional.
plottable is a useful utility that will create a graphics plot of a table associated with a particular table-handle. The plot appears in a separate window, and uses the public-domain gnuplot program. Macintosh OS X users will also need to have the public-domain aquaterm package installed for gnuplot to run correctly.
If something goes wrong with the gnuplot syntax, there'll be some leftover files in the /tmp directory, with names like "rtcmix_plot_data_xAb5x8."
table = maketable("wave", 1000, 1, 0.1, 0.3) plottable(table, 30)
The above score will produce the following plot in a separate window
(it will appear for 30 seconds on non MacOS X systems):
table = maketable("wave", 1000, 1, 0.1, 0.3) plottable(table, 15, "with points")will produce this plot:
table = maketable("wave", 1000, 1, 0.1, 0.3) plottable(table, "with impulses")generates this kind of plot:
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