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Re: Bug#502482: ITP: xplot-xplot.org -- fast tool to graph and visualize lots of data

On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 03:42:59PM -0400, Noah Meyerhans wrote:
> * Package name    : xplot-xplot.org
>   Version         :
>   Upstream Author : Tim Shepard <shep@lcs.mit.edu>
> * URL             : http://www.xplot.org/
> * License         : MIT
>   Programming Lang: C, Perl
>   Description     : fast tool to graph and visualize lots of data
> xplot is a fast visualization tool for examining multiple data sets in
> parallel plots.  It supports easy zoom-in and zoom-out capabilities, and
> synchronized views into multiple data sets (with the -x, -y, and -tile
> options).
> The upstream package is named simply "xplot", but this conflicts with a
> different (incompatible) package already in the archive and is thus
> being packaged under a different name.

Looks like the last release was in 2003, is this still maintained
upstream?  If not, what make it stand out beyond the other plotting apps
we have already?



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