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## Re: Difficulties to plot the results

**From**: |
Michel |

**Subject**: |
Re: Difficulties to plot the results |

**Date**: |
Fri, 5 Oct 2018 01:58:40 -0500 (CDT) |

Bonjour,
>
>* Octave has problems plotting the results.*
Plotting works well, though it is fair to say the documentation is not
of the best.
>* Only 1/4 processor works with Octave.*
If you have a CPU with 4 processors Octave will only use 1 of them
hence it will appear to use "only 1/4 processor'. Is this your
problem?
*My problem is that octave misuses the PC resources. 1 processor activity is
at a plateau at 25% while the other ones are about few %.*
>* So, we can understand that Octave is slow*
No. If used correctly it is not slow. As with any interpretive
language avoid loops wherever possible. The Octave language is very
powerful and gives many opportunities to avoid loops.
>* and plotting is difficult.*
Yes, plotting is difficult generally because there are so many types
of plot and options for each type.
*In fact, they are many points to plot around 1e6 points.*
>* Idea to improve?*
Please be more precise about the problems you are experiencing.
*I don't remember exactly but it seems to me that during the installation,
there was a message about java and the consequences on Octave's
performance.*
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