Re: 3-D graphing software for Linux?
On 01/12/2007, Oscar Blanco <email@example.com> wrote:
> Have a look on this website
> This is scilab, designed in France. It is a numerical tool (and seldom
> symbolic), so it means that was done for high computing capabilities.
> After installing, you will have a command line as in any console;
> there you can type the corresponding instruction (like MatLab, don't
> know if you have seen it).
> e.g. > 2+3
> > sin(%pi/2)
> In scilab, almost all is a matrix, or vector, so if you type
> > t=[3;2;1]
> it mean that t is a 3 rows, 1 column vector, but if you type
> > t=[3,2,1]
> with commas means t is a 1 row, 3 columns vector.
> You can apply math equations to matrices. So
> returns a vector F with values corresponding to sin for each element.
> If you need to plot one against each other, just do
> if you have 3 vectors (all same length), just do
> Scilab is plenty of options, let us know if you need more help.
> Kind regards,
> Oscar Blanco
Thanks, Oscar, I have been looking at Scilab. I've got quite a bit of
university work to catch up before I reembark on my graph-making
mission, but this thread has provided me with valuable information. If
I need a hand with Scilab, I'll get back to you. I very much
appreciate the warm offer of assistance.
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