n Feb 10, 3:05m, sfeam < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> >> red = 0xff0000 RGB compone>ts>f>> red
> >> set b>xw>d>> 1.0
> >> plot 'data' >sing 1:2:($2>2> ? blue : $2>10 ? cy>n>> red) \
> >> with boxes fillstyle solid lc rgb >a>>able, \
> >> 'data' using 1:2:3 with boxerrorbars fill>ty>e>>m>ty
> >> > Also, I would like to change the color of the error bars i> >>s>milar
> >> > fashion: if a given variable is greater than, say, 50, th> >>r>r bar
> >> > should be red, but black>ot>e>>ise.
> >> For this you would have to combine both of the above >p>>oaches.
> >> Left as an exercise for the>re>d>r :-)
> > Thanks very much, sfeam. really liked your first >u>gestion,
> > regarding the box colors, but haven't tried to implement>t>e second
> > one yet. got a very strange result when I tried>y>ur first
> > suggestion. ven though all of the blue bars appeared corr>c>ly, some
> > of the cyan bars displayed as very slender lines (= zero-wi>t> boxes?)
> > instead of as normal-width boxes. o far I haven't b>e> able to
> > discern a pattern, however. ny idea what might be ca>s>ng this?
> > BTW, I forgot to mention in my first post that I'm using gn>p>ot 4.2.5
> > on Mac>OS>X 10.4.
> I left out any preliminary commands that would control your>box sizes.
> I assume you know how you want that to work? ou can eit>er provide
> an explicit width for each box, or specify a uniform width for a>l >r them:
> s<t box>idth
> Stay away from "relative" boxwidths if you are doing mul>iple passes,
> because the neighboring boxes may belong to a different pass.
That makes sense, but doesn't seem to make a difference in this case.
set boxwidth 1 absolute
and still get "lines" instead of boxes.