[gmx-users] how to combine multiple .eps file...

nittopuran natya nittopuran at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 16:59:57 CET 2010

Thanks a lot...

Then I just need one more info.. I have genareted .eps file with gnuplot.
After analysis I have got some values of cos theta in my dat file which I
converted to corresponding degrees with the use of following formula in

set style data lines
set terminal postscript color eps
set output "N_P_angle.eps"
plot "NPangle.dat" u(180*acos($1)/3.14):2

I dont know how to convert the cos theta values in xmgrace to get
corresponding degrees. If it is possible in xmgrace then I think I can have
all the files in .dat extension which i can easily open with xmgrace..

Thanks again...


On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 4:48 PM, Justin A. Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu> wrote:

> nittopuran natya wrote:
>> Hello experts,
>> I am having a problem with several .eps file to combine all of them. I
>> know that xmgrace can combine several .xvg file with different color. But I
>> have some .eps file which i want to show in a single file with different
>> color , whatever the extension it is. Could someone pls tell me how can i do
>> that?? IS it possible to convert .eps file to dat file.....
> An .eps file is a graphics file, so no, there isn't a way to simply
> concatenate and plot them.  If you generated the .eps file with xpm2ps, then
> there is a "-combine" option that allows you to manipulate two input .xpm
> files.  Beyond that, you may have to do some scripting of your own to
> extract the relevant data from the original files (the source data has to be
> somewhere!) and plot them in some meaningful way.
> -Justin
>  Thanks..
>> /NIttopuran
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