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Ploticus is not a function or mathematical plotting package like gnuplot, nor would it be a good choice for applications where mathematical formulas or scientific notations are to be rendered as an integral part of the data display. Ploticus is also not intended as a "marketing" graphics package. Its goal is to display data crisply without extra decoration and distracting "dingbats" that cloud the picture.
Ploticus supports a wide range of output options, including jpeg (Joint Photographics Experts Group format), png (Portable Network Graphics format), svg (Simple Vector Graphics), bmp (Microsoft BitMaP), ps (PostScript), swf (Flash), and X11.
ploticus for Debian ------------------- The prefabs (templates for some common chart types) are installed in /usr/share/ploticus. In Debian, the ploticus binary is /usr/bin/ploticus. Upstream calls it pl, but there is a conflict with a package already part of Debian, so this could not be used. No support for any .gif format is provided in Debian. Support is offered for .ps, .eps, .svg, .svgz, more»
This directory contains a set of script examples as well as scripts to run prefab examples. It is assumed that pl (pl.exe on win32) is in your command PATH or else copied into this directory. To run the script examples, type: run_script_test -------------------------- (windows users can try: run_script_test.bat from an MSDOS window) To erase all results, type: make clean To view more»
// ploticus data display engine. Software, documentation, and examples. // Copyright 1998-2002 Stephen C. Grubb (firstname.lastname@example.org). // Covered by GPL; see the file 'Copyright' for details. // http://ploticus.sourceforge.net This directory contains files needed for ploticus -prefab operation. See pltestsuite to run examples. If you're looking for simple examples that demonstrate ploticus this pr more»
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ploticus (2.41-3+b1) unstable; urgency=low * Binary-only non-maintainer upload for amd64; no sour more»
This package was debianized by Colin Tuckley <email@example.com> on Sat, 03 June 2006 15:28:51 +0100 more»