Re: New to Gnumeric -- attempting to plot data]

R is not suitable - I read .
My input is a time sequence which when plotted should be a strait line.
It wasn't.
I chose to plot [x(n+1) - x(n)] as a function of n.
I needed to investigate area around discontinuities.

Adrian's post solved my problem.

On 02/26/2020 05:43 AM, User Hayden via gnumeric-list wrote:

Or R.  Spreadsheets provide some LIGHT data base and statistical
functions but are not database or statistrical analysis or graphing
applications.  A large percentage of the traffic on this list is about
how to get Gnumneric to do things it was not designed to do.  For
example, there was a recent query on how to do a database join.
Spreadsheets are nice for storing small (browsable) datasets, and you
can do a few simple statistical, database, or graphing things.  But if
you want more functionality, or need to tweak things, you probably
need software designed for just that sort of thing.

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Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2020 12:58:38 +0200 (EET)
From: Andres Kuusk via gnumeric-list <gnumeric-list gnome org>
To: gnumeric-list gnome org
Subject: Re: New to Gnumeric -- attempting to plot data
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Copy the table (or part of it) to a text file
and plot you graph with gnuplot.

Andres Kuusk
Tartu Observatory, Estonia


I wish to plot the data in C30:C65 against the data in A30:A65.
I wish the labels on the x-axis to run from the value in A30 to
the value in A65.
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