Command-line driven interactive plotting program. QT-package
DescriptionGnuplot is a portable command-line driven interactive data and function plotting utility that supports lots of output formats, including drivers for many printers, (La)TeX, (x)fig, Postscript, and so on. Data files and self-defined functions can be manipulated by the internal C-like language. Can perform smoothing, spline-fitting, or nonlinear fits, and can work with complex numbers. This package contains the terminal driver that enables gnuplot to plot images interactively under X11. Most users will want this, it is however packaged separately so that low-end systems don't need X installed to use gnuplot. The package provides gnuplot-x11 and gnuplot-nox terminals plus an additional QT-terminal for output (not default one).
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