# Screenshots

Here you will find a host of example figures with the code that generated them. The `Forth`

source code
is put side-by-side with `Python`

prototype examples found here.
The plots are shown in their `jpeg`

, `png`

and `Postscript`

forms.

## Simple Plot

The most basic `plot`

, with text labels

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Subplot demo

Multiple regular axes (#rows by #columns) are created with the `subplot`

command.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Histograms

The `hist`

command automatically generates histograms and will return the bin counts or probabilities

[source code, postscript,
png]

## SPLOT

The `splot`

tool has support for simple 3d surface graphs.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Fill demo

The `fill`

command lets you plot filled polygons.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Log plots

The `semilogx`

,
`semilogy`

and
`loglog`

functions generate log scaling on the respective axes. The lower subplot uses a base10 log
on the x and y axis.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Polar plots

The `[polar .. polar]`

environment generates polar plots.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Legends

The `legend`

command automatically generates figure legends, with Matlab compatible legend placement commands.

[source code, postscript,
png]

## Mathtext_examples

A sampling of the TeX expressions now supported by gnuplotlib's internal mathtext engine. The mathtext module provides TeX style mathematical expressions
using freetype2 and the BaKoMa computer modern or STIX fonts.

[source code, postscript,
png]