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Noktec / gnuplot.gnu
Created Feb 8, 2014
Plot Pings with Gnuplot
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#Use the following command to retrieve the times of a Pings
# ping -c 100 www.google.co.uk | awk -F [=\ ] {'print $(NF-1)'} | grep -E "[0-9]" > pingTimes.dat
#Then use the following script to plot it with gnuplot
set terminal pdfcairo font "Gill Sans,9" linewidth 2 rounded fontscale 1.0
set output "ping.pdf"
set ylabel "Time in milliseconds"
set xlabel "Number of Pings"
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Noktec / Anchors
Last active Jan 2, 2016
Anchor in Markdown
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Anchors in MD files
=====================
To create an anchor in a markdown file use [here](#important-remarks) as the link to the section you want
to point to. Then simply create a section with the same title without the '#' and the '-' in between the
words such as this one :
Important Remarks
--------
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