In article <CpAAs5.GBy at mozo.cc.purdue.edu>, derasm at mace.cc.purdue.edu (M
> Howdy all,
>> I recently found the statistics program Gnuplot on
> ftp.cica.indiana.edu, and was wondering if anyone
> had experience using this program for plotting
> biological data. As an example, kinetic data, acquired
> on a spectrophotometer can be transfered as an ASCII
> text file (From a Varian CARY 3) and imported into
> spreadsheets, etc. Could I open this data with Gnuplot?
> This is probably obvious to anyone with more experience
> than I have, so hopefully somebody out there could
> mail me at derasm at mace.cc.purdue.edu> Thanks in advance!
>see the FAQ for GNUplot available by ftp (with scads of other FAQs) from
the aply named rtfm.mit.edu (currently BLOOM-PICAYUNE.MIT.EDU;
Since I happen to have a recent version, I'll mail it to those who ask, but
rtfm (a national treasure) should be consulted first.
Harry Mangalam, VCO/Micro+Mol Genetics, Irvine Hall, College of Medicine,
UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, 92717, Vox:(714) 856-4824, Fax:(714) 725-2118,
mangalam at uci.edu
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