Executive SummaryEdit

gnuplot is a command-driven interactive function plotting program

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What is this? Edit

gnuplot can be used to plot functions and data points in both two- and three-dimensional plots in many different formats. It is designed primarily for the visual display of scientific data.

Platform Edit

gnuplot is in widespread use on many platforms, including MS Windows, linux, unix, and OSX. The current source code retains supports for older systems as well, including VMS, Ultrix, OS/2, MS-DOS, Amiga, OS-9/68k, Atari ST, BeOS, and Macintosh. Versions since 4.0 have not been extensively tested on legacy platforms.

Application in Innovation Edit

Innovation applications: Many

A teacher could use this to display examples of scientific data in a visual form. Students could use this data to create a visual for their lab report.

Applications in Efficiency Edit

Efficiency applications: (many, some, none)

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Applications in Community Edit

Community applications: (many, some, none)

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Required technical proficiency Edit

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Similar to / different from Edit

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Limitations Edit

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Official page Edit

Gnuplot Homepage

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