I’m trying to generate a patch plot using Gnuplot.jl. The aim is to generate a figure with plenty of polygons filled with different colors. So first, I would like to get to plot one triangle filled wit a given color.
To start with, I have found that very concise gnuplot example:
set xrange [0:1] set yrange [0:1] set zrange [0:1] set xyplane at 0 set view 69,74 set object 1 polygon from 1,0,1 to 0,1,1 to 1,1,0 fillstyle transparent solid 0.5 splot 1/0 notitle
However I’m not sure how this can be parse to Gnuplot.jl API. Is this supposed to do the job?
@gsp "set xrange [0:1]" @gsp "set yrange [0:1]" @gsp "set zrange [0:1]" @gsp "set xyplane at 0" @gsp "set view 69,74" @gsp "set object 1 polygon from 1,0,1 to 0,1,1 to 1,1,0 fillstyle transparent solid 0.5" @gsp "splot 1/0 notitle"
Also is this the way to go to generate patch plots with gnuplot? Or should one rather use
draw2d() like in this example? I do not find that many examples of such plots using gnuplot.
Thanks in advance for any potential hints!