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Re: web use and Octave plots

From: Daniel Heiserer
Subject: Re: web use and Octave plots
Date: Mon, 06 Sep 1999 07:18:50 +0200

address@hidden wrote:
>   Jules>  Do Octave packages exist that provide web based tools, such as
>   Jules> showing/generating HTML and especially providing charts/graphs for
>   Jules> web sites?
> Not that I know -- I just do it by hand.  Given Octave's string handling, it
> is not that difficult to write .m files which generate, or update, .html
> pages with fixed layout using fopen/fprintf/flclose.  Similarly, I use popen
> to send commands to Gnuplot (a version with the gifs creation, using the gd
> library).

We had the same problem here. We use octave as a "scientific" web page
or at least as a client for some perl-cgi files.
There is also a nice java-plotting tool available at
Unfortunately there seems to exist only a 2D plotting tools right now
running under java.


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