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The way I understand it, fortran pads the file with 4 bytes on either end of the file, and the rest is just the data that I want in this case, a list of doubles. I want to read this in with gnuplot, however, I don't know how to get gnuplot to skip the first and last 4 bytes, and read the rest in as doubles.

The documentation isn't very helpful in this regard. Testing with gnuplot 5. For more information and extrapolation for more complicated data, see the gnuplot 5.

Note however that multi-column data i. Then with using for example, one would plot the first column against the 3rd. Either Fortran does not do this padding, or it does and gnuplot handles it without a hassle.

I've had a similar problem, and Google searches always brought me back here. I figured I'd better post my solution in case the same happens to other people. I've been trying to make a 2D colormap plot using gnuplot's "plot 'file. What I did was something like the following:. By default, gnuplot assumes single precision in binary files.

My program used double precision data in the array, but output files were too big. Since images based on double or single precision are indistinguishable to the eye, and double-precision data files are large, I converted my double-precision data to single-precision data before writing it to a file. You may have to adapt the gnuplot command depending on what you want to do with the matrix, but this loads it in and plots it well. This did what I needed it to do, and I hope it helps anyone else who has a similar problem.

The inquire statement gives you the length of the output list in 'recl' units. As such, the whole list fits in one record of length irec. Learn more. Looking at binary output from fortran on gnuplot Ask Question. Asked 8 years, 5 months ago. Active 2 years, 4 months ago. Viewed 5k times. Andrew Spott Andrew Spott 3, 3 3 gold badges 25 25 silver badges 47 47 bronze badges. Use Steam IO to get ride of the extra bytes, as suggested at stackoverflow. Jan 6 '12 at I didn't see this was a duplicate of the other question, maybe someone can close this?

This is rather different from the other question Active Oldest Votes. This IS the correct answer to the question posed, and certainly contributes knowledge. Thanks for posting! What I did was something like the following: in fortran: implicit none real, dimension , :: array integer :: irec!

I'd like to point out that this answer doesn't actually answer the original post. Whereas Andrew wanted a way to skip the header info bytes, my answer provides a better way to output Fortran data.

Fortran DOES print header bytes tested with ifort It would better fit to other OP's question stackoverflow. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. The Overflow Blog. Podcast JavaScript is ready to get its own place. Featured on Meta. What posts should be escalated to staff using [status-review], and how do I….

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Supposons que vous installez Gnupot dans le dossier :. You are entirely free of the choice of instalation folder. But inform ISIS. The parameters order in these scripts should be conserved. However , you can change the look of the display , for example the graph size x default in the script STD.


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