Gnuplot is a graphing tool designed for Windows, Linux, OS/2, OSX, VMS, and other platforms. It is an open-source project for scientists, students, and researches. The software enables you to plot and visualize data sets in an interactive manner.
Why should you give Gnuplot a try?
Gnuplot is an extensive platform that can be used for web scripting. The utility generates 2D as well as 3D plots. The fact is that the tool can deliver the results on the screen in animated views. Besides, it can also save the graphs to such image formats, as PNG, SVG, JPEG, and EPS.
The software comes with a simple and well-organized interface. All the features are gathered into menus, and each menu is dedicated to a separate major task.
For instance, the Functions menu includes elementary and complex mathematical operations, different chart modes and settings can be configured by using the dedicated commands.
There are also demo files included which come in more than helpful if you are a beginner.
- Interactive screen displays: cross-platform (Qt, wxWidgets, x11) or system-specific (MS Windows, OS/2);
- Direct output to file: postscript (including eps), pdf, png, gif, jpeg, LaTeX, metafont, emf, svg.;
- Web display formats: HTML5, svg.
To sum everything up, it is safe to say that Gnuplot is a utility that allows you to visualize data sets interactively.
What's new in 5.2.7 version?
Version 5.2.7 is an incremental release in the stable 5.2 series containing bug fixes and a few new features back-ported from the development version. The largest change from 5.2.6 is revision of the pm and fig terminals to bring them up to date with the version 5 capabilities of other terminal types.
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