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comp.graphics.apps.gnuplot FAQ (Frequent Answered Questions)

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/graphics/gnuplot-faq (At MIT)

Scientific Data Format Information FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/sci-data-formats (At MIT)

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sci.virtual-worlds Visual Displays FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/virtual-worlds/visual-faq (At MIT)

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Qualitative Data Analysis: Explorations with NVivo (Understanding Social Research)
[Graham R. Gibbs; 2002-04] ISBN 0335200842
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Graph Drawing and Applications for Software and Knowledge Engineers (Series on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, 11)
[Kozo Sugiyama; 2002-03] ISBN 9810248792
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

The Boost Graph Library User Guide and Reference Manual (With CD-ROM)
[Lie-Quan Lee, et al; 2001-12-20] ISBN 0201729148
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Essential Mathematics for Computer Graphics Fast
[John Vince; 2001-10-15] ISBN 1852333804
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Drawing Graphs : Methods and Models (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2025)
[Michael Kaufmann (Editor), Dorothea Wagner (Editor); 2001-05] ISBN 3540420622
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Algorithmic Geometry
[Mariette Yvinec, et al; 2001-02-15] ISBN 0521565294
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Computed Tomography : Fundamentals, System Technology, Image Quality, Applications
[Willi A. Kalender; 2001-01-20] ISBN 3895780812
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Mapping Cyberspace
[Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin; 2000-11] ISBN 0415198844
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C++ and Object Oriented Numeric Computing for Scientists and Engineers
[Daoqi Yang; 2000-09] ISBN 0387989900
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Computational Geometry : Algorithms and Applications
[Mark De Berg (Editor), et al; 2000-05] ISBN 3540656200
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Leda : A Platform for Combinatorial and Geometric Computing
[Kurt Mehlhorn, Stefan Naher; 2000-02] ISBN 0521563291
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Information Visualization : Perception for Design (Morgan Kaufmann Interactive Technologies Series)
[Colin Ware; 2000-01] ISBN 1558605118
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Technical Analysis Plain & Simple: Charting the Markets in Your Language
[Michael Kahn; 1999-10] ISBN 0273639870
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Mathematics for Computer Graphics Applications : An Introduction to the Mathematics and Geometry of Cad/Cam, Geometric Modeling, Scientific visualizat
[Michael E. Mortenson; 1999-08] ISBN 083113111X
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Computational Visualization : Graphics, Abstraction, and Interactivity
[Thomas Strothotte (Editor), Hubert Wagener; 1999-02] ISBN 3540637370
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Readings in Information Visualization : Using Vision to Think (Morgan Kaufmann Series in Interactive Technologies)
[Stuart K. Card, et al; 1999-01-25] ISBN 1558605339
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The Real Projective Plane : PC Version/Book & Disk
[H.S.M. Coxeter; 1993-03] ISBN 0387978895
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Numerical Recipes in C : The Art of Scientific Computing
[William H. Press, et al; 1993-01] ISBN 0521431085
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

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Interactive Simulation and Visualization ( Christopher Johnson, Steven G. Parker, Charles Hansen, Gordon L. Kindlmann, Yarden Livnat ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1999-12)

- As computational science and engineering applications grow in complexity, working with the data becomes increasingly difficult. An emerging technology—called computational steering—addresses this problem by providing a mechanism to integrate modeling, simulation, data analysis, and visualization.

Distance Visualization: Data Exploration on the Grid ( Ian Foster, Joseph Insley, Gregor von Laszewski, Carl Kesselman, Marcus Thiebaux ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1999-12)

- Visualization has emerged as an important tool for extracting meaning from the large volumes of data that scientific instruments and simulations produce. We describe an online system that supports three-dimensional tomographic image reconstruction—and subsequent collaborative analysis—of data from remote scientific instruments.

The Responsive Workbench: A Virtual Work Environment ( Wolfgang Krüger, Christian-A. Bohn, Bernd Fröhlich, Heinrich Schüth, Wolfgang Strauss, Gerold Wesche ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1995-07)

- In this virtual environment, customized scientific visualization tools offer specialistsnew ways to work cooperatively, which opens the door to more comprehensiveanalysis and, perhaps, reduced costs.

Scientific Visualization and Technology Transfer ( Theresa-Marie Rhyne ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1995-07)

Data Sonification: Do You See What I Hear? ( Tara M. Madhyastha, Daniel A. Reed ; IEEE Software Magazine 1995-03)

- The authors assert that, despite great strides in developing the graphical dimension of user interfaces, the auditory dimension has been neglected. They offer a tool for using sound to complement visual cues when working with complex data.

Glyphmaker: Creating Customized Visualizations of Complex Data ( William Ribarsky, Eric Ayers, John Eble, Sougata Mukherjea ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- Glyphmaker allows nonexpert users to customize their own graphical representations using a simple glyph editor and a point-and-click binding mechanism. In particular, users can create and then alter bindings to visual representations, bring in new data or glyphs with associated bindings, change ranges for bound data, and do these operations interactively. They can also focus on data down to any level of detail, including individual elements, and then isolate or highlight the focused region. These features empower users, letting them employ their specialized domain knowledge to create customized visual representations for further exploration and analysis. For ease of design and use, we built Glyphmaker on top of Iris Explorer, the Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI) dataflow visualization system. The current version of Glyphmaker has been successfully tested on a materials system simulation. We are planning a series of tests and evaluations by scientists and engineers using real data.

Interactive Visualization of Earth and Space Science Computations ( William L. Hibbard, Brian E. Paul, David A. Santek, Charles R. Dyer, André Battaiola ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- Scientists often view computer algorithms as risk-filled black boxes. The barrier between scientists and their computations can be bridged by techniques that make the internal workings of algorithms visible and that allow scientists to experiment with their computations. We describe two interactive systems developed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC) that provide these capabilities to Earth and space scientists. These visualization packages help scientists see the internal workings of their algorithms and thus understand their computations.

Fourteen Ways to Say Nothing With Scientific Visualization ( Al Globus, Eric Raible ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- In "Twelve Ways to Fool the Masses When Giving Performance Results on Parallel Computers," (see Supercomputer Rev., vol.4, no.8, p.54-5, 1991) David Bailey ends with the admonition, "Conclude your technical presentation and roll the videotape. Audiences love razzle-dazzle color graphics, and this material often helps deflect attention from the substantive technical issues." Unfortunately, Bailey gives no guidance in the means and methods for producing such a result. This article seeks to fill this void. There are numerous time-tested scientific visualization techniques for producing pretty pictures while avoiding unnecessary illumination of the data. Our collection has been culled from the scientific visualization literature and numerous presentations we have given and attended.

Guest Editor's Introduction: Visualization ( Arie E. Kaufman ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- No abstract available.

Interactive methods for visualizable geometry ( Andrew J. Hanson, Tamara Munzner, George Francis ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- Interactive computer graphics can provide new insights into the objects of pure geometry, providing intuitively useful images, and, in some cases, unexpected results. Interactive computer graphics systems have opened a new era in the visualization of pure geometry. We demonstrate the fruitful relationship between mathematics and the discipline of computer graphics, emphasizing those areas of low-dimensional geometry and topology where interactive paradigms are of growing importance.

Distributed and Collaborative Visualization ( Vinod Anupam, Chandrajit Bajaj, Daniel Schikore, Matthew Schikore ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1994-07)

- Visualization typically involves large computational tasks, often performed on supercomputers. The results of these tasks are usually analyzed by a design team consisting of several members. Our goal is to depart from traditional single-user systems and build a low-cost scientific visualization environment that enables computer-supported cooperative work in the distributed setting. A synchronously conferenced collaborative visualization environment would let multiple users on a network of workstations and supercomputers share large data sets, simultaneously view visualizations of the data, and interact with multiple views while varying parameters. Such an environment would support collaboration in both the problem-solving phase and the review phase of design tasks. In this article we describe two distributed visualization algorithms and the facilities that enable collaborative visualization. These are all implemented on top of the distribution and collaboration mechanisms of an environment called Shastra, executing on a set of low-cost networked workstations.

Interactive Scientific Visualization of Fluid Flow ( Paul R. Woodward ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1993-010)

- Examples of scientific visualization techniques used for the interactive exploration of very large data sets from supercomputer simulations of fluid flow are presented. Interactive rendering of images from simulations of grids of 2 million or more computational zones are required to drive high-end graphics workstations to their limits with 2-D data. The author presents one such image and discusses interactive steering of 2-D flow simulations, a phenomenon now possible with grids of half a million computational zones. He uses a simulation of compressible turbulence on a grid of 134 million computational zones to set the scale for discussing interactive 3-D visualization techniques. A concept for a gigapixel-per-second video wall, or gigawall, which could be built with present technology to meet the demands of interactive visualization of the data sets that will be produced by the next generation of supercomputers, is discussed.

Color and Sound in Algorithm Animation ( Marc H. Brown, John Hershberger ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1992-12)

- The techniques developed by M. M. Brown and R. Sedgewick (1985) in using the Balsa algorithm-animation system are reviewed. Techniques that focus on color and sound, areas just opening up in workstation-based interactive algorithm-animation systems, are described. Color is used for encoding the state of data structures, highlighting activity, trying multiple views together, emphasizing patterns, and making an algorithm's history visible in a single static image. Sound is used for reinforcing visuals, conveying patterns, replacing visuals, and signaling exceptional conditions. The techniques are based on work done with the Zeus algorithm-animation system. Six screen dumps from six different algorithm animations that are representative of the was Zeus was used are presented.

Visualization in Scientific and Engineering Computation ( Gregory M. Nielson ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1991-09)

- No abstract available.

Representation and Display of Vector Field Topology in Fluid Flow Data Sets ( James Helman, Lanbertus Hesselink ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1989-08)

- The visualization of physical processes in general and of vector fields in particular is discussed. An approach to visualizing flow topology that is based on the physics and mathematics underlying the physical phenomenon is presented. It involves determining critical points in the flow where the velocity vector vanishes. The critical points, connected by principal lines or planes, determine the topology of the flow. The complexity of the data is reduced without sacrificing the quantitative nature of the data set. By reducing the original vector field to a set of critical points and their connections, a representation of the topology of a two-dimensional vector field is much smaller than the original data set but retains with full precision the information pertinent to the flow topology is obtained. This representation can be displayed as a set of points and tangent curves or as a graph. Analysis (including algorithms), display, interaction, and implementation aspects are discussed.

Guest Editor's Introduction: Visualization in Scientific Computing ( Gregory M. Nielson ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1989-08)

- No abstract available.

Scientific Visualization at Research Laboratories ( Lawrence J. Rosenblum ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1989-08)

- No abstract available.

Visualization: Expanding Scientific and Engineering Research Opportunities ( Thomas A. DeFanti, Maxine D. Brown, Bruce H. McCormick ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1989-08)

- The use of scientific visualization to represent the solutions obtained in computational science and engineering is discussed. The short- and long-term needs of those who use visualization tools and those who create them are addressed. For the user a three-tiered model environment is beginning to emerge that categorizes visualization systems by such factors as power, cost, and software support. Workstations with access to supercomputers are also required. The need to educate the scientific and engineering research communities about the available equipment is also discussed, and the available software and hardware are described.

Mathematical-Oriented Programming ( A.L. Wasserman, R.H. Eckhouse ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1988-06)

- Two products that transform mathematical expressions into useful results are reviewed. One is Math View Professional version 0.94, a self-contained mathematics application that is capable of performing a nearly encyclopedic range of mathematical, graphical, and statistical operations. The authors briefly summarize the program's features, touch on the manual supplied with the review copy, offer some details about the program, and suggest some future improvements. The other product reviewed is MathCAD 2.0 which allows free-form mathematical expressions to be entered in much the say way as text is entered into a word processor. These packages provide tools for the non-computer-oriented problem solver.

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Evaluations of Free Scientific Plotting Software? [ 2000/08/30]

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Open, Web-Based OLAP Clients? [ 1999/10/01]

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Fractal Forge - Fractal Forge is an application written in Delphi that lets you easily explore the branches of the Mandelbrot set. It's at version 2.4 and have yet received several very good reviews. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Mature)

NCO netCDF Operators - The netCDF Operators, or NCO, are a suite of file operators which facilitate manipulation and analysis of self-describing data stored in the (freely available) netCDF or HDF4 formats. Volunteers are needed to maintain and extend these operators! {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

Vis5d+ - enhancements and development for the Vis5d scientific visualization tool, a program to display volumetric datasets in 3+ dimensions. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

Biggles - Biggles is a 2D scientific plotting package for Python, geared toward the production of publication-quality plots. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

gnuplot development - Famous scientific plotting package.

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

XaoS - is a real-time fractal zoomer. {GPL,GNU}

At GNU project

Panorama - is a framework for 3D graphics production. {GPL,GNU}

At GNU project

Maverik - is a virtual reality micro kernel. {GPL,GNU}

At GNU project

thx_1138-1.0.5 - Electronic Paper for Calculations and Graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

graphthing-0.6 - A tool that allows you to create, manipulate and study graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

gtkdatabox- - Display large amounts of numerical data fast and easy

At FreeBSD Ports

kseg-0.3 - A simulator of euclidean geometry

At FreeBSD Ports

mayavi-1.1 - The MayaVi Data Visualizer

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-GraphViz-1.5 - GraphViz - Perl interface to the GraphViz graphing tool

At FreeBSD Ports

ploticus-2.03 - Generates plots and graphs from data

At FreeBSD Ports

py22-gato-0.96.g - A Python-based toolbox to visualise algorithms on graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

py22-graphviz-0.1 - Python interface to GraphViz agraph

At FreeBSD Ports

fractorama-1.5.8 - Fractal generation program

At FreeBSD Ports

gnofract4d-1.6 - Weird GNOME fractal generator

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-GIFgraph-1.10_2 - A Perl package to generate PNG charts

At FreeBSD Ports

grace-5.1.7 - A powerful plotting tool (successor of xmgr)

At FreeBSD Ports
grace-5.1.2 - GRaphing, Advanced Computation and Exploration of data (At NetBSD packages collection)

gri-2.4.4 - Gri is an extensible plotting language for producing scientific graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

ngraph-6.3.14_1 - A XY plotting tool for students, scientists and engineers

At FreeBSD Ports
Ngraph-6.3.06 - the 2D graph and data analysis program (At NetBSD packages collection)

opendx-4.1.3 - IBM's Open Visualization Data Explorer

At FreeBSD Ports

py-gnuplot-1.5 - Python interface to gnuplot plotting program

At FreeBSD Ports

biggles-1.6.0 - Create publication-quality 2D scientific plots

At FreeBSD Ports

topaz-3.34 - A command driven graph plotting system for scientists and engineers

At FreeBSD Ports

vtk-3.2 - The Visualization Toolkit

At FreeBSD Ports

qscanplot-0.3 - A program to extract data from scanned plots, graphs and figures

At FreeBSD Ports

jgraph-8.3 - A program that generates postscript graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

wmmand-1.0 - A DockApp mandelbrot explorer

At FreeBSD Ports

vis5d+-1.2.1_1 - An OpenGL-based volumetric visualization program for scientific datasets

At FreeBSD Ports

xgobi-2001.09 - Graphical data visualisation tool

At FreeBSD Ports

psi88-1.0 - Plotting wavefunctions (molecular orbitals) in 3D

At FreeBSD Ports

gtkgraph-0.6.1 - Graphing calculator using GTK+

At FreeBSD Ports

gplot-4.3 - Graphic utilities for the processing of CGM metafiles.

At FreeBSD Ports

graphviz-1.8.5 - Graph Visualization Software from AT&T and Bell Labs

At FreeBSD Ports

plplot-5.1.0 - A scientific plotting package

At FreeBSD Ports
plplot-5.0.3 - Scientific plotting package (At NetBSD packages collection)

xgraph- - A program that helps you plot graphs

At FreeBSD Ports
xgraph- - Tool to draw a graph on an X11 display (At NetBSD packages collection)

xmgr-4.1.1 - A powerful XY plotting tool for workstations or X-terminals using X

At FreeBSD Ports
xmgr-4.1.2 - Powerful XY plotting tool for workstations or X-terminals using X (At NetBSD packages collection)

trafshow-3.1_1 - Full screen visualization of the network traffic

At FreeBSD Ports
trafshow-3.1.tgz - full screen visualization of network traffic (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages i386)
trafshow-3.1.tgz - full screen visualization of network traffic (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
trafshow-3.1.tgz - full screen visualization of network traffic (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages sparc)
trafshow-3.1.tgz - full screen visualization of network traffic (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages m68k)
trafshow-3.1.tgz - full screen visualization of network traffic (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
trafshow-3.1 (At NetBSD packages collection)

ln03-plot - New version of LN03 plot(3) package {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET

geg - Simple GTK+ 2D-function plotting program {x,GPL}

geg-1.0.2 - Visualise multiple 2D-functions of one variable (At FreeBSD Ports)
geg-1.0.1 - Program for drawing 2D math functions within a nice GUI (At NetBSD packages collection)
(Info at freshmeat)

Xgfe - X11 GUI front end to Gnuplot {x,GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

mrtg - Multi Router Traffic Grapher {x,GPL}

mrtg-2.9.18.p7 - The multi-router traffic grapher (At FreeBSD Ports)
mrtg-2.8.12.tgz - multi-router traffic grapher (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages i386)
mrtg-2.8.12.tgz - multi-router traffic grapher (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
mrtg-2.8.12.tgz - multi-router traffic grapher (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages sparc)
mrtg-2.8.12.tgz - multi-router traffic grapher (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages m68k)
mrtg-2.8.12.tgz - multi-router traffic grapher (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
mrtg-2.9.10 - The Multi-Router Traffic Grapher (At NetBSD packages collection)
(Info at freshmeat)

snowflake - An interactive snowflake image generator {x,GPL}

snowflake-0.01a - A snowflake image generator (At FreeBSD Ports)
(Info at freshmeat)

Sced - modelling program that makes use of geometric constraints {x,GPL}

sced-1.03 - SCene EDitor for povray/renderman/genray/etc (At FreeBSD Ports)
(Info at freshmeat)

Terraform - Interactive digital terrain (height field) editor/viewer {x,GPL}

Vis5D - System for interactive visualization of large 5-D gridded data sets {x,GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

SampLin - Scientific Data Acquisition, Visualization and Process Control software {x,GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

ivtools - Application frameworks for drawing editors and spatial data servers {x,MIT}

(Info at freshmeat)
- Drawing editors for PostScript, TeX, and web graphics. An embeddable and extendable vector graphic shell. (At Sourceforge)

KLab - User-friendly plotter/GUI for Rlab {x,GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

Giram - Giram is a modeller, written in GTK+ {x,GPL}

giram-0.1.7 - Giram is Really A Modeller (At FreeBSD Ports)
giram-0.1.2 - Giram is Really A Modeller (At NetBSD packages collection)
(Info at freshmeat)

svgamandel - Mandelbrot program which uses svgalib, zooms and lets you save images. {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

Synaesthesia - Program to reperesent music from CD or MP3 graphically. {GPL}

synaesthesia-2.1 - Graphically represents sound in real time (At FreeBSD Ports)
(Info at freshmeat)

GNU Plotutils - Utilities for plotting scientific data {GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

Guppi - GNOME application for plotting and analyzing data {x,GPL}

guppi-0.40.3_1 - A ploting program for GNOME (At FreeBSD Ports)
(Info at freshmeat)

ksciplot {x,GPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

powerOne Graph

powerOne Graph 2.0

SampLin - Scientific Data Acquisition, Visualization and Process Controlsoftware

Amapi - A free modeler for Linux [X] {Shareware}

Megahedron - Multifaceted Rendering, Animation, Simulation, and Virtual Reality Software {x,commercial}

(Info at freshmeat)

AVS - Data visualization programming environment for end-users {x,commercial}

(Info at freshmeat)

Glove - Data acquisition, manipulation, and analysis program for X-Windows {x,free to use but restricted}

glove-1.0.1 - Data acquisition, manipulation, and analysis program for X (At FreeBSD Ports)
(Info at freshmeat)

treeps - X/Motif graphical process tree visualizer {freely distributable}

geomview-1.6.1 - an interactive viewer for 3- and 4-D geometric objects

At FreeBSD Ports
geomview-1.8.1 - Interactive geometry viewing program (At NetBSD packages collection)
Geomview - 3D Geometric Visualization Software
Geomview - interactive 3D viewer (At Sourceforge)

zimg-4.5.0_1 - Image-generator that uses ASCII input files to create PNGs/EDFs

At FreeBSD Ports
zimg - zimg - Display 2-D data of arbitrary format

Enter3D Project - Large-scale multiuser persistent real-time 3D world [X] {GPL}

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VisAD Java Visualization - VisAD is a Java component library for interactive and collaborative visualization and analysis of numerical data. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

cxsc-2.0b - C++ class library for eXtended Scientific Computing

At FreeBSD Ports

gdchart-0.10.1_1 - Easy to use, fast C API for creating charts and graphs

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-gdchart-0.0.1_1 - A Ruby extension to use the GDCHART library

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-pgplot-0.1.2 - A Ruby interface to PGPLOT graphics library

At FreeBSD Ports

py22-gsl-0.0.4 - Python interface to GNU Scientific Library

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Chart-PNGgraph-1.21_1 - A Perl module for generating presentation graphics (i.e., charts)

At FreeBSD Ports

libj2dplot-0.6.5 - A 2D plotting library for the JX toolkit

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-GD-Graph-1.33 - Graph plotting module for perl5

At FreeBSD Ports
p5-GD-Graph-1.33.tgz - module for graph plotting (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
p5-GD-Graph-1.33.tgz - module for graph plotting (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)

ruby-gsl-0.2.3 - A Ruby extension library for GSL (GNU Scientific Library)

At FreeBSD Ports

MAM/VRS - MAM/VRS is an extensible graphics and visualization library {LGPL}

(Info at freshmeat)

Gtk--Draw - Gtk-- add-on library for drawing and plotting {LGPL}

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(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/graphics/rays/ - ray-tracing programs

(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/graphics/rays/pov/ - point of view raytracer and utilities

(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/graphics/stereo/ - generator programs for random-dot stereograms

(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/graphics/suites/dislin/ - graphics library and interpreter for curves, graphs, piecharts, plots

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(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/math/fractals/ - programs for plotting fractal objects

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