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Math graphing program for Linux

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?
How about Gnuplot?  It plots most straightforward functions through Bessel
functions, and if you don't mind running another program to create a table
of values for more complicated functions, it'll plot them too.

It can be found most places Gnu programs can be found - the Free Software
Foundation, Gnu CD-ROM's, etc.

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