Solaris Package Archive -- GNU plot 3.7
Solaris Package Archive
GNU plot 3.7
What is it
GNU plot is a command-driven interactive function plotting
If files are given, gnuplot loads each file with the load
command, in the order specified. GNU plot exits after the
last file is processed.
Here are some of its features:
Plots any number of functions, built up of C operators, C
library functions, and some things C doesn't have like **,
sgn(), etc. Also support for plotting data files, to compare
actual data to theoretical curves.
User-defined X and Y ranges (optional auto-ranging), smart
axes scaling, smart tic marks.
Labelling of X and Y axes.
User-defined constants and functions.
Further information can be found at http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/gnuplot_info.html
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Note that this package was compiled with the X11R6.x software available on
this site installed on the production machine. This means that to sucessfully
use this software you need to install the X11 package as well, or create some
X11 library links as mentioned in the README.
You can ftp the source code from
You should install freetype 1.3.1 and gd 1.8.1 when you install this package. Also install the X11R6.4 package to ensure the required libraries are available.
See the main packages
README for installation information.