[oclug] plotting or charting programs
trevor.curtis at home.com
Mon Mar 26 21:53:10 EST 2001
On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 09:44:24PM -0500, Johnathan Hicks wrote:
> From: Johnathan Hicks <thetech at folkwolf.net>
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> Subject: Re: [oclug] plotting or charting programs
> Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 21:44:24 -0500
> I like gnuplot as well. I would also like to see someone build a GUI
> around it to make it somewhat easier to work with.
> "Michael P. Soulier" wrote:
> > On Mon, Mar 26, 2001 at 07:53:53PM -0500, Greg Sarsons wrote:
> > > I've have to plot some data, say quantities over time, and was wondering what
> > > people suggest. In the end I need the image to be postscript so I can put it
> > > in a LaTeX document.
> > Personally, I love gnuplot. If you plan to put it into a LaTeX document,
> > gnuplot can output eps of the perfect size for that. I used it all through
> > school.
> > http://web.cs.uni.edu/Help/gnuplot/index.html
> > Mike
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I think there is:
I would hope you could use lesstif with it. I could have sworn that I
have heard of a GTK+ gui for the software somewhere...
"The only people who have anything to fear from free software,
are those whose products are worth even less." --David Emery.
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