Part 4. Graphical Analysis with Gnuplot

We can now take gnuplot for granted and discuss how it can be used to solve problems using graphical methods.

Chapter 13 discusses different kinds of plots and their uses. It also explains how to produce them with gnuplot.

Chapter 14 turns its attention away from the tools and towards the problems we are trying to solve. It explains how to understand data with graphs, emphasizing practices such as iteration and transformation, as well as various housekeeping tasks.

Chapter 15 is a reminder that the purpose of any analysis is to arrive at a set of correct conclusions.

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