In this section:

- Introduction
- Simfit plotting styles
- Plotting a pie chart
- Plotting a bar chart
- Plotting y = f(x)
- Plotting r = r(θ)
- Plotting x = x(t), y = y(t)
- Plotting x = x(t), y = y(t), z = z(t)
- Plotting z = f(x,y)

The following code was extracted from simdem23.f95 in the Simdem package, in order to demonstrate how easy it is to plot parametric curves in space, where x, y and z are double precision arrays. Of course, x, y, and z do not have to be defined parametrically and any sets of x,y,z triples can be plotted.

! ! Define t ! n = nmax/2 t(1) = zero t(n) = two*pi delta = (t(n) - t(1))/(dble(n) - one) do i = 2, n - 1 t(i) = t(i - 1) + delta enddo ! ! Define x, y, z as a helix ! x(1) = one y(1) = zero z(1) = one do i = 2, n - 1 delta = two*t(i) x(i) = cos(delta) y(i) = sin(delta) z(i) = dble(i) enddo x(n) = x(1) y(n) = y(1) z(n) = dble(n) ! ! Display the space curve ! call space0 (n, nmax, x, xtemp, y, ytemp, z)

The following plot is then displayed and can be edited to add further features, printed, or archived as a graphics file.

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