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    Question Looking for a Linux compatible graphing program

    Has anyone ever heard of a reliable/effective graphing tool that runs under Linux? (specifically Sabayon/Kubuntu). I'm having a tough time finding any that have been ported to Linux.

    Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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    Nevermind! I found one that can be easily installed in Linux, here it is for anyone else out there looking for something like this.

    Code:
     sudo apt-get install gnuplot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny51 View Post
    Has anyone ever heard of a reliable/effective graphing tool that runs under Linux? (specifically Sabayon/Kubuntu). I'm having a tough time finding any that have been ported to Linux.

    Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
    i asked pretty much the same question here. take a look
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