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Re: octave graphical output question

From: Henry F. Mollet
Subject: Re: octave graphical output question
Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2004 10:41:09 -0800
User-agent: Microsoft-Entourage/

I've been trying to produce graphs of sufficient quality for submitting to
scientific journals using octave/gnuplot rather than more sophisticated
graphing software. (Octave is using Gnuplot for making graphs and it is a
bit of work at times but answers to questions have always been provided by
the HelpList.) I'm attaching a recent pdf created using
Octave/Gnuplot/AquaTerm on MAC, which was saved as pdf.

on 12/7/04 1:15 AM, Paul Cefola at address@hidden wrote:

> I have a program that outputs the results of numerical computations as a
> text file.  This program runs on a Linux platform.
> I would like to create nice high resolution plots from these files at modest
> cost (MatLab has been used for this function in the past but is not
> available at moderate cost now) for inclusion in MS Word documents that will
> be prepared on a Windows box (XP professional).
> I am told that Octave should be considered.  Can you give me the next level
> of detail?
> Thanks,
> Paul Cefola
> Dr. Paul J. Cefola
> Research Affiliate, MIT Aeronautics & Astronautics Dept
> Consultant in Aerospace Systems, Spaceflight Mechanics & Astrodynamics
> 978-579-9668 (phone/fax)
> address@hidden
> address@hidden

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