A simple x-y column data plotter.
XPlot is a small program to plot one- or two-dimensional datasets, which are
present either in a file or are generated `on-the-fly' and piped to XPlot.
XPlot lets you display one or more datasets and lets you zoom to different
sections of the sets. Also. `blowups' of the currently shown portion of the
data can be made.
XPlot is meant for on-screen data exploration. It does not have a print
button, nor is it meant for final output or publication-quality figures.
xplot for DEBIAN
XPlot is looking for a new maintainer!
The author, Karel Kubat <email@example.com>, does not have time to do any
modifications, and isn't setup for xforms development anymore. He would
therefore appreciate someone to step up and take over the package
(including copyright!). This would include fixing any bugs, and porting
the package to new versi
xplot - simple x-y column data plotter for X
xplot [-v] [-title 'titlestring'] [-format 'formatstring']
[-y 'yrange'] [-display host:dpy] [-name appname] [-visual
class] [-depth d] [-private] [-shared] [-stdcmap] [-debug l]
[-sync] datafiles ...
xplot (1.19-8) unstable; urgency=low
* Bug fix: "FTBFS: xplot.h:33:23: error: X11/forms.h: No such file or
directory", thanks to Lucas Nussbaum (Closes: #551237). Adapt to new
-- Peter S Galbraith <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 16 Oct 2009 15:40:40 -0400
xplot (1.19-7.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-Maintainer Upload to Fix Failure To Build From Source due to a small
1999-04-19 Peter S Galbraith <email@example.com>
* Version 1.19 released.
* New license approved b
This package was debianized by Peter S Galbraith firstname.lastname@example.org on
Mon, 19 Apr 1999 19:59:17 -0400.
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