Gnuplot—the Grandfather of Graphing Utilities

Posted by tracyanne on Feb 19, 2013 7:45 AM EDT
Linux Journal; By Joey Bernard
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In these columns, I have covered several different scientific packages for doing calculations in many different areas of research. I also have looked at various packages that handle graphical representation of these calculations. But, one package that I've never looked at before is gnuplot ( Gnuplot has been around since the mid-1980s, making it one of the oldest graphical plotting programs around. Because it has been around so long, it's been ported to most of the operating systems that you might conceivably use. This month, I take a look at the basics of gnuplot and show different ways to use it.

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