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xpl2gpl - Convert tcptrace-style xplot input to gnuplot input.
xpl2gpl [-s] <file_name>
xpl2gpl is a utility that converters tcptrace-style xplot input to gnuplot input. This
converter gives a nearly perfect gnuplot reproduction of the corresponding xplot graph.
-s Seperate files. If you wish to plot only some data from the xpl file, you may use
the -s option, which generates a bunch of data-files filtered based on the color
and plotting style.
This would produce files by the names "foo.gpl", "foo.datasets" and "foo.labels". Load
the file "file_name.gpl" in gnuplot and it should give you the plot.
xpl2gpl is provided for convenience, as gnuplot is more commonly installed than the xplot
package that tcptrace typically expects, and because xplot has not always been available
in Debian. If possible, you should consider installing the xplot-xplot.org package and
using it instead of using xpl2gpl.
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