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Re: [vox-tech] Histograms on GNU/Linux?
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Re: [vox-tech] Histograms on GNU/Linux?

ppmhist, very easy to use.  Try man ppmhist

On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 01:13:04PM -0400, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> I have a few numbers in OpenOffice that I'd like to make a histogram of.
> It appears that OO has no histogram plotter.  Gnuplot doesn't seem to have
> one either (there appears to be a patch, but I'd rather not go down that road
> unless I have to).
> It appears that Gnumeric can do histograms, but when I tried...
>    p@satan$ gnumeric 
>    ** (gnumeric:5072): WARNING **: GnomePrint: Requested Arial1 but using Sans
>    (Sans Regular 9.000000)
>    Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>    p@satan$ 
> Note the warning had nothing to do with the segfault AFAIK.
> How do people do histograms on Linux (other than than by hand?)  I'd prefer
> suggestions that people USE rather than a mindless response invoking
> freshmeat.  I wanna be able to ask you a question if I have one.  ;-)
> Pete
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Bill Broadley
Computational Science and Engineering
UC Davis
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