I frequently open several (~10) figures that I want to compare. I have always generated them using an
eps format then used
evince to open the set I want to compare using something like
evince set1*.eps &
Unfortunately my figures are getting too many features to effectively use
evince, e.g., 100000 circles. I can just as easily generate them as a raster image, e.g.,
png, but when I open them using Eye of Gnome, it uses the same window for each one which does not work for comparing
eog set1*.png &
I know I can run something like
eog set1*1.png & eog set1*2.png & eog set1*3.png & ...
but is there a simple bash command to get a separate window for each? I did not find anything on the Gnome help page.