Re: new package: gri, a language for scientific graphics programming.
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- Subject: Re: new package: gri, a language for scientific graphics programming.
- From: Enrique Zanardi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 4 Apr 1999 17:21:37 +0100
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On Wed, Mar 31, 1999 at 01:21:31PM +0200, Andreas Tille wrote:
> I can't tell more to that problem than the lack of a high quality
> free plotting program is in my opinion the main fact that not more
> physicist switch to Linux. This is at least true for our department.
> The prefer to use Origin ... and will do until someone presents
> something better ... So lets start investigating in this topic or
> enforce the things which are going on.
Have you tried "grace" (formerly known as "xmgr")? It's been in Debian
since hamm, and it's a really nice "point'n'click" plotting program, but
with a full featured interpreter for the cmdline-lovers between us.
The best of both worlds. :-)
Enrique Zanardi firstname.lastname@example.org