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Re: Graphing in perl

by Necos (Friar)
on Apr 23, 2002 at 16:14 UTC ( #161354=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Graphing in perl

If anyone is interested in doing scientific plots (of course, it requires GD to be installed), there is a really nice module for GNUPlot. I use this for my radiation class to do plots of nuclear decays and such with just a little effort. The whole Chart::Plot line of modules (including Chart::Plot::GnuPlot) seem to work under Windows. The only problem with GnuPlot is that it was made with *nix/*nux filesystems in mind. To fix that we just add a:
s#/#\\#g
in the Chart::Graph module (I'll double check the hack I used to get it to work) and all is fine. When I get to school, I'll post the modifications to the module, as well as a sample script I wrote.

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