Hi everyone. I am a very new in this forum!!

I create a little code in c to generate a time series!!

Is a file .out, and I can´t open it in an Spreadsheet, opens automatically on Word Processor, even when I try to open from the Spreadsheet

1 0.999958 0.2500 0.12300
2 0.899958 0.2500 0.12300
3 0.799958 0.2500 0.12500
4 0.999958 0.2500 0.13100
5 1.999958 0.2500 0.21300
6 2.999958 0.2500 0.25600
7 3.999958 0.2500 0.76700
8 2.999958 0.2500 1.2300
9 1.999958 0.2500 2.12300
10 0.999958 0.1500 3.12300
11 0.459958 0.1300 5.21300
12 0.349958 0.1100 10.12300
13 0.269958 0.10500 20.12300
14 1.129958 0.0800 32.12300
15 2.349958 0.0400 49.12300

I want to know which software I can install or use from a Linux Suse 9.1 machine to just create a graph showing the first line as x-axis, and the other three ay y-axis with a legend with the color for the different column!

Thanx for your help.

First of all it might be a better call to use comma delimiting, in stead of space delimiting, but that might just be a preference.

To do plots you can make use of gnuplot. Alternatively you can use OpenOffice, but make use of the Insert -> Sheet from file... option, and then just select the space delimited checkbox.

Thanks man, you are always helping me!!

I get the gnuplot in the Linux CDs. I want to learn how to use it, so I search on internet and found two great sites:

http://www.gnuplot.info/

http://www.duke.edu/~hpgavin/gnuplot.html

There they talk about the gnuplot could be employed in all the platforms, not only Linux. o you know if I can download any version of gnuplot and installit on my parents Windows, so I can practice to employ it.

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