A foldable command-line-driven charting tool called Gnuplot works on a variety of channels, including Windows, Linux, Os 2, Os X, and Vms.
Both 2d and 3d narratives can be created by Gnuplot, and the output is animated views. The graphs can also be saved in Png, Svg, Jpeg, and Eps formats, among other picture styles.
Supported outcomes include the following:
- Interactive screen displays can be cross-platform( Qt, wxwidgets, and x11 ) or system-specific( Ms Windows, Os / 2 )
- Postscript( adding Eps ), Pdf, Png, Gif, Jpeg, Latex, Metafont, Emf, and Svg are all escort outputs to files.
- Html5, xhtml, and other browser indicate files.
Gnuplot was initially developed to support most non-interactive uses, such as browser script, but it was originally designed to enable scientists and students to visualize quantitative functions and data proactively. Third-party programs like Octave also use it as a plotting turbine.
- Windows gnuplot 5.4.4
- Southeast version of windows 98,
- Upgrades of Windows,
- Using Panels 2000
- Me in Windows,
- 98th Skylights,
- Vista version
- most recent update:
- July 27, 2023, a Wednesday