The latest gnuplot scripts are available here...
https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B6wW18mYskvBODZjMTk... (Huawei HG612 graphing scripts)
If anyone else wants to improve the scripts or contribute new ones, please contact and the contents of the Google Docs 'folder' can be made editable for you.
Thanks for that asbokid.
Windows users can use this Linux script if you install Cygwin (possibly also other alternatives) to provide a Linux shell without having to install a full Linux operating system.
I am trying to create a Windows batch file that does the same thing without the need to install Cygwin (mainly for automatically editing & splitting the terminal log file for each graph), but am struggling to get arrays to work within the batch file.
It CAN be done, but I haven't sussed it yet.
When/if I do manage to sort it, I will add it to asbo's script page.
If anyone who actually knows what they are doing (unlike me) fancies converting the Linux script to a Windows/DOS batch file, please let us know.
As Linux text files don't display correctly in Windows Notepad text editor (LF/CR issues), a free version of TextPad can be downloaded that does work, & can be set to show line numbers (useful for debugging), or use a Unix to DOS text file converter such as Tofrodos.