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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

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Gnuplot Cookbook


I'm very happy, Gnuplot cookbook arrive to my hands. I had the pleasure to review this great book.


Any engineer  that  need make profesional plots this book help to create it.

There are basic concepts to advanced concpets as 3d plots, labeling, multiplot, latex include plots, scripting and language programing with gnuplot...

I recommend this book.

You can buy it in packpublishing

About David Millán Escrivá

David completed his studies in Universidad Politecnica de Valencia in IT with a Master's degree in artificial intelligence, computer graphics, and pattern recognition, focusing on pattern recognition and Computer Vision. David has more than 15 years of experience in IT, with more than ten years of experience in Computer Vision, computer graphics, and pattern recognition, working on different projects and start-ups, applying his knowledge of Computer Vision, optical character recognition, and augmented reality. Co-Author of two OpenCV books and reviewer of few more.

3 comments:

  1. Author here. This book benefited greatly from your thoughtful technical review. Thank you for that and for your recommendation.

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  2. Oh! Hi Lee, the GnuPlot Cookbook author! congrats by the book, you do a great job and it's a book that i recomend to all people that need do profesional plot!

    I reviewed the book and learned with this book! Thanks to you Lee for this book.

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  3. The "Gnuplot Cookbook" is a great way to get started with gnuplot. The first chapter moves you into gnuplot very quickly. The later chapters empower you to jump in and try many of gnuplot's advanced features after reading only a one to several pages of related text and without reading the earlier chapters. I used gnuplot while teaching a graduate course several years ago before this book was published; I would have recommended this book to the students to help them become proficient in gnuplot quickly. I recommend it to anyone who needs to use gnuplot to make figures for teaching and scientific publications.

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