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Re: [vox-tech] Linux graphing software?



i like ploticus:
http://ploticus.sourceforge.net/

i use it to automatically create all sorts of graphs:
http://fungus.ucdavis.edu/weather/images/weekly_temps.png

--dylan




> On Thu 29 May 03,  4:12 PM, Nicole the Wonder Nerd <ana.ng@tmbg.org> said:
>> Up spake Jonathan Stickel on Thu, May 29, 2003 at 04:02:29PM -0700:
>> > Anyway, my contribution to this thread is to recommend xfig for
>> > "post-processing" of plots as well as drawing original diagrams.  I
>> have
>>
>> I would also like to plug 'dia'.  It's a great tool for drawing those
>> simple circles-boxes-and-arrows diagrams that we computer scientists
>> thrive on.
>
> and it's a *really* fun program for the rest of us to play around with!
> ;)
>
> if dia could only read visio formats, it would be nearly as much of a
> "killer app" as apache, imho.
>
> i imagine it would be useful for EE's too...
>
> pete
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