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Math graphing program for Linux

At 05:44 PM 12/12/96 -0500, Chuck Noyes wrote:
>Does anyone know of a program that will handle 2D or 3D mathematical
>graphing, where the user would specify some function y=f(x) and the program
>would plot the
>equation on an xy or xyz graph?
>I know of a $100+ package called *Mathematica*, but that might be a little
>over-kill for what I'm looking for.  This would be for a student not a
>professional engineer.
>Thanks,   Chuck

GNUPLOT will do all this and more.  It's available on a bunch of FTP sites,
and has its own newsgroups (, I think).

AltaVista will help you find what you need.


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