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gnuplot  
 
gnuplot
Description 
gnuplot is a command-driven, interactive, function plotting program. It can be used to plot both functions and data points in both two- and three-dimensional plots in many different formats.

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License Agreement
Copyright

How to Access the Program 
 
Availability
Servers Versions Paths Parallelization Methods
Fuji  4.2 /usr/bin/gnuplot 
Aurora  4.0 /usr/bin/gnuplot
Axle  4.2 /usr/bin/gnuplot  
Using the Program
(1) Make sure a X-Window client is installed in your Windows PC, Linux Box or Mac. Talk to your departmental IT support if you don't know how to do this.

(2) Connect to the server with command "ssh -X" to allow X-window Forwarding

(3) Type "gnuplot" in the unix prompt

(4) Execute gnuplot commands or scripts under "gnuplot>" prompt

Example
gnuplot-ed
Additional Notes
 
Last Updated - 5th Oct 2011
 
     
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