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Re: GNU plot alternative

From: Etienne Grossmann
Subject: Re: GNU plot alternative
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2001 11:09:27 +0100
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From: Laurent Jacques <address@hidden>

#  I'm an octave newbie (I just use currently Matlab and Scilab), so I have 
#  three basic questions:

#  1?) Is there a gnuplot alternative for graphics in Octave ? I'm sorry but I 
#  don't like very much the gnuplot output.

  There is an interface to PGPlot, at :

  I never used it, though.

#  2?) Are there current news about Octave ? New version (next release), 
#  developpement state (I don't find any recent information about that on the 
#  Octave homepage) ? 

  On the various mailing lists, at the octave site. Various
  user-contributed things can be found at : 

  Pointers to more can be found at :

#  3?) If I produce (with a little team) a new toolbox for octave (with the GPL 
#  license of course), where can I submit/post it ?

  This list should be a good place. If the source is not very small, I
think the best is to send an "announce" mail with a description of the
work and an URL where it can be found.



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