How do you write superscript in Xmgrace?

How do you write superscript in Xmgrace?

\S and \s Superscripts and subscripts, respectively, e.g. for x^2 use x\S2 . To return to normal case use the escape sequence \N . If you have used \c then you will also need to use \C to get back to the lower 128 character set. I often need to use the ° "degrees" symbol, which is \x\c0 .

How do you write Delta in Xmgrace?

For example: "\f{Symbol}b\f{}" will print "β" (Beta), "\f{Symbol}D\f{}" will print "Δ" (capital delta). The "\f{}" in the end of the expression returns the font to the original.

How do you write Epsilon in Xmgrace?

In Xmgrace, the var-epsilon (the inverted-3 form) can be written as \xe\f{} .

How do you plot a histogram in Xmgrace?


  1. Open xmgrace and load your data like normal. ...
  2. Bin the data and plot a histogram by first opening the histogram GUI: Data > Transformations > Histograms.
  3. In the "Source" field, "Set:" section; duplicate the G0. ...
  4. In the "Destination" field, "Set:" section; select the G0. ...
  5. Set the parameters of the histogram:

How do you plot in Xmgrace?

If you click on the Plot icon at the top of the xmgrace window, and then select Axis Properties, you will get a menu which allows you to control the range of the data shown (the values in the “Start” and “Stop” boxes). The very top box allows you to choose whether to work with the X- or Y- axis.