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Re: GNU plot alternative
From: 
João Cardoso 
Subject: 
Re: GNU plot alternative 
Date: 
Sat, 21 Apr 2001 18:33:52 +0100 
On Monday 09 April 2001 10:33, Laurent Jacques wrote:
 Hello,

 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.
You can try plplotoctave at http://merlin.inescn.pt/~qual
plplot_octave is now integrated into plplot at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/plplot/
Into the cvs you can find a new "pstex" driver, a combination of
Postscript and LaTeX that improves plplot text quality and allows you
to use arbitrary latex constructs in the plots. cvs!

 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) ?

 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 ?

 Thanks,
 L. Jacques.



 
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