There are many options available from the main menu of PLOT as well as options after the graph has been displayed. For example, you can plot a function of your data that satisfies certain conditions, do a least squares fit to that data and then graph the residuals. Here is the complete main PLOT submenu:

\* Options are: 1) Y < IP > 2) X < NE > 3) Constraints < > 4) Symbols < > 5) Graph ranges <Y: 0.0, 0.0, LIN> <X: 0.0, 0.0, LIN> 6) G+ Graph Plus <Auto-scale_Y:min=T,max=T><Auto-scale_X:min=T,max=T> 7) Key for dynamic cursor option <SHOT> 8) Join <off> 9) Multiple Ys: <off> 10) Analysis: Average, Frequency, Error, Integral/deriv, FIt symbols 11) Output: Type, Stats, Journal, Device, VGDS, Close plot file, ... 12) Extras: Text, Curve, Grid, High Resolution, ColorWhen you have set all the items to describe the set of data you want, enter

`;`

to retrieve and graph the data. After the graph has
been drawn, you can choose from a number of after-graph options which
are described in Section 2.6.

- Axis Expressions
- Constraints
- Symbol Constraints
- Changing the Graph Range
- Multiple Axis Expressions
- Commands Available after the Graph is Drawn
- Analysis
- Additional Output
- Changing the Appearance of the Graph
- Plotting Derivatives by Joining a Table with Itself

Fri Jul 11 17:05:56 EDT 1997