|Set autoscale type|
|Turn off all toolbars|
|Execute batch file on start up (i.e., after all other options have been processed and the UI initialized)|
|Assume the data file is block data|
|Form a set from the current block data set using the current set type from columns given in the argument|
|Set the hint for dates analysis|
|Read data from descriptor on startup|
|-fixed width height|
|Set canvas size fixed to width*height|
|Use free page layout|
|Set the current graph number|
|Set the type of the current graph|
|No interactive session, just print and quit|
|Set default hardcopy device. See xmgrace -version for a list of supported devices.|
|Install private colormap|
|Turn the graph legend on|
|Set the axis scaling of the current graph to logarithmic|
|Set the maximal drawing path length|
|Run grace in monochrome mode (affects the display only)|
|Assume data file is in netCDF format. This option is present only if the netCDF support was compiled in|
|-netcdfxy X_var Y_var|
|If -netcdf was used previously, read from the netCDF file X_var and Y_var variables and create a set. If X_var is "null" then load the index of Y to X. This option is present only if the netCDF support was compiled in|
|-noask||Assume the answer is yes to all requests, if the operation would overwrite a file, grace will do so without prompting|
|Dont use private colormap|
|In batch mode, do not print|
|Disable safe mode|
|Dont catch signals|
|Read data from named pipe on startup|
|Assume data file is in X Y1 Y2 Y3 ... format|
|Load parameters from file to the current graph|
|Interpret string as a parameter setting|
|-pipe||Read data from stdin on startup|
|Save print output to file|
|Remove data file(s) after read|
|Write results of some data manipulations to file|
|-rvideo||Exchange the color indices for black and white|
|Run in the safe mode (default)|
|Save all to file|
|Integer seed for random number generator|
|Set the type of the next data file|
|Source type of next data file|
|Set allowed time slice for real time inputs to delay ms|
|Add timestamp to plot|
|Show the program version, registered devices and build time configuration information.|
|-viewport xmin ymin xmax ymax|
|Set the viewport for the current graph|
|Set the working directory|
|-world xmin ymin xmax ymax|
|Set the world coordinates for the current graph|
When run in the GUI mode, the interface is a subject to X resource settings. Please refer to the Users Guide for a list of important ones.
GRACE_HOME Specifies the directory where the Grace docs and libs are stored. Default is /usr/local/grace GRACE_HELPVIEWER The shell command to run an HTML viewer for on-line browsing of the help documents. Must include at least one instance of "%s" which will be replaced with the actual URL by Grace. Default is mozilla %s GRACE_EDITOR Specifies the editor which is used to edit sets. Default is xterm -e vi GRACE_PRINT_CMD The print command. GRACE_FFTW_RAM_WISDOM and GRACE_FFTW_WISDOM_FILE A flag (0 or 1) and a file name which determine whether a FFT should use wisdom when using the FFTW libraries.
In many cases, when Grace needs to access a file given with a relative pathname , it searches for the file along the following path:
The following files are of a special importance:
gracerc - init file loaded upon start up.
templates/Default.agr - the default template, loaded whenever a new project is started.
fonts/FontDataBase - the file responsible for font configuration.
grconvert(1), X(1) [or Xorg(1)], Grace Users Guide
The best way to submit a bug report is using the "Help/Comments" menu entry. Alternatively, see the home page.
Grace is derived from ACE/gr (a.k.a Xmgr ) written by Paul J Turner. From version number 4.00, the development was taken over by a team of volunteers under the coordination of Evgeny Stambulchik.
Copyright (c) 1991-1995 Paul J Turner, Portland, OR
Copyright (c) 1996-2007 Grace Development Team
The program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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