In article <$U+LzBA1HnpzEwrV at fssc.demon.co.uk> Herbert M Sauro <HSauro at fssc.demon.co.uk> writes:
>In article <slrn5qapti.k9d.aiyar at ebv.oncology.wisc.edu>, Ashok Aiyar
><aiyar at ebv.oncology.wisc.edu> writes
>>On 16 Jun 1997 15:47:45 GMT,
>>Christophe PRIEUR [Choffrut] (prieur at news.jussieu.fr) wrote:
>>> Does there exist a PC release of kaleidagraph
>>> (which exists for Macintosh) ?
>>>>I don't think so. However the Macintosh version of Kaleidagraph
>>works quite well on a PC using the Mac emulator Executor. For
>>more information on Executor, take a look at http://www.ardi.com>>>>Cheers,
>I think there is a PC version since I've got the demo!
>email: HSauro at fssc.demon.co.uk
Check out their website: http://www.synergy.com
Kaleidagraph runs on both Mac and PC. Current version
is 3.0.8d. Version 3.0.8 has a nice feature where you can save
a Layout file which defines the locations of any plots and/or text.
For example, you can create AxB rows and columns for multiple plots
on one page then save the layout information.
And, as someone mentioned, the Mac version does work on the
Mac emulator, Executor 2.0 (http://www.ardi.com), which is reasonably
priced for the student version.
I have no affiliation with either of these companies,
although I am a satisfied user of both products.