Chapter 1, Plotting Curves, Boxes, Points, and more, covers the basic usage of Gnuplot: how to make all kinds of 2D plots for statistics, modeling, finance, science, and more.
Chapter 2, Annotating with Labels and Legends, explains how to add labels, arrows, and mathematical text to our plots.
Chapter 3, Applying Colors and Styles, covers the basics of colors and styles in gnuplot, plus transparency, and plotting with points and objects.
Chapter 4, Controlling Your Tics, will show you how to get your tic marks and labels just right, along with gnuplot's new internationalization features.
Chapter 5, Combining Multiple Plots, shows how to arrange a set of graphs on the page, and make inset plots.
Chapter 6, Including Plots ...