>>>>> "phillip" == phillip Neumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
phillip> Who can recomend me a good* program for ploting points ?? I want to show
phillip> scientific data in a graphic form, and put it in a LaTeX doc.
phillip> It could have some factures like title, axis text, cusomization of
phillip> points (diamonds, circles, colors,...), regresion (fitting?) of many
phillip> kinds, conecting lines, diferent fypes of lines (like ..... or -----),
phillip> * the most important, it should plot a nice graph.
phillip> Maybe there is one with a GUI...
Try GNU plotutils (NOT to be confused with gnuplot!).
It has several nice programs for plotting, plus a run time library
with 2d plotting utils to link into your programs directly.
There is a .deb for plotutils 2.0, but 2.1.4 is the latest version.
(actual package on one of the GNU mirrors referenced there, or direct
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