A portable command-line-driven charting tool called Gnuplot works on a variety of channels, including Windows, Linux, Os 2, Os X, Vms, and many others.
Both 2d and 3d narratives can be created by Gnuplot, and the output is animated viewing. The graphs can also be saved in Png, Svg, Jpeg, and Eps styles, among other look formats.
Included in the supported output are:
- Cross-platform( Qt, wxwidgets, and x11 ) or system-specific( Ms Windows, Os / 2 ) interactive screen display
- Postscript( except Eps ), Pdf, Png, Gif, Jpeg, Latex, Metafont, Emf, and Svg are all directly efficiency to files.
- Html5, xhtml, and other computer portray files
Gnuplot was initially developed to support a variety of non-interactive benefits, including cyberspace scripting, but it was originally designed to enable scientists and students to project quantitative functions and data dynamically. Third-party programs like Octave also use it as a plotting turbine.
- Windows version of gnuplot 5.4.4
- 98 Poder Skylights
- Windows Xp,
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- Me for Windows,
- 98 Windows,
- Vista version
- most recent change:
- 27th of July 2023, Wednesday