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tablix2_plot command [ options ]


tablix2_plot can be used to plot various types of population convergence  graphs  using  data  in
files  usually  named  conv0.txt  , conv1.txt , ...  Tablix will save convergence data into these
files if it was compiled with the --enable-conv option.
particular  problem  (note that tablix2_plot can be safely used with files that are still written
Graphs are plotted with gnuplot using the default output terminal (which is in most cases  a  X11
display).  Encapsulated  postscript  files  can  be  obtained  by  setting  EPSOUTPUT environment
variable. Scalable vector graphics  files  can  be  obtained  by  setting  SVGOUTPUT  environment
variable. The contents of these variables are used by tablix2_plot as a file name to write to.


tablix2_plot --conv-fitness [ --scale SCALE ] [ PREFIX ] ...

 Plot  population  convergence  graph  using  convergence  data in files conv*.txt in the current
 directory. One line is drawn for each computing node. It shows the fitness  value  of  the  best
 timetable versus generation count.

 Use  the  PREFIX option, if you used the -o option with Tablix. You can use more than one PREFIX
 option to plot multiple convergence graphs in one window.

 Use the SCALE option to adjust the vertical scale.

tablix2_plot --fit-fitness [ --scale SCALE ] [ PREFIX ] ...

 Same as --conv-fitness above, except that an exponential function is also  drawn  on  the  graph
 using  least  squares  fitting. This can be used to get a rough estimate of the time required to
 find a solution.

 The SCALE parameter is used to adjust the horizontal scale in this case.

tablix2_plot --functions [ --scale SCALE ] CONVFILE

 Plot the return value of each  fitness  function  versus  generation  count.  Return  values  of
 mandatory fitness functions are plotted with thicker lines.

 CONVFILE must be a file with Tablix population convergence data (usually named conv*.txt ).

 Use the SCALE option to adjust the vertical scale.


     tablix2 -o u1_ sample.xml
     tablix2_plot --conv-fitness u1_
bash shell:

     EPSOUTPUT="graph.eps" tablix2_plot --conv-fitness u1_
     tablix2_plot --functions --scale 100 u1_conv0.txt


In  addition to gnuplot tablix2_plot utility depends on a number of common UNIX programs (mktemp,



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