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sequential_refinements [2018/08/09 09:18]
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sequential_refinements [2018/08/10 02:26] (current)
rowlesmr3 [Visualising output]
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 It is almost always preferred to graph the output to ensure that the refinements are behaving themselves. There are many tools to do this. The example given here uses [[http://​www.gnuplot.info/​|gnuplot]] to plot the data, with a variety of Unix/Linux tools made available through [[https://​www.cygwin.com/​|cygwin]]. It is almost always preferred to graph the output to ensure that the refinements are behaving themselves. There are many tools to do this. The example given here uses [[http://​www.gnuplot.info/​|gnuplot]] to plot the data, with a variety of Unix/Linux tools made available through [[https://​www.cygwin.com/​|cygwin]].
  
-In order to use the scripts below, you will need to install cygwin and install gnuplot with the cygwin installation. ​THere is also a Windows batch file which you can use to automatically. ​+In order to use the scripts below, you will need to install cygwin and install gnuplot with the cygwin installation. ​If you are not comfortable in using cygwin, after you've installed it, there is also a Windows batch file which you can use to automatically ​run the cygwin scripts to process the data
  
 There is probably a way to put the scripts in a single location and make them accessible everywhere, but I haven'​t figured out how to do that in cygwin (only in Windows); you'll need to copy the scripts into each directory you want to use them in. There is probably a way to put the scripts in a single location and make them accessible everywhere, but I haven'​t figured out how to do that in cygwin (only in Windows); you'll need to copy the scripts into each directory you want to use them in.

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