I'm also a gnuplot fan, but this anouncement for "ploticus" recently swam
over the net:
Looks like a functional variant of gnuplot and seems to have some
advantages, but I
haven't tried it yet.
Also, if you're looking for a more capable app than excel in terms of
plotting, and you want to remain in the spreadsheet world (albeit Linux),
you might try Wingz Pro:
for linux which is quite a capable spreadsheet (and free for linux, altho
for no other platform, I believe).
For Windows, a capable, easy-to-use ploting pkg designed specifically for
science) that is not too expensive (for such SW) is:
(disclaimer - I knew the author (Harvey Motulsky) slightly back in grad
school, and think he writes pretty good software and especially good
documentation (a lot of which he publishes freely on the web), but I
haven't spoken to him in a 15 years and have no financial interest in his
LTV.Labor-Plauen at t-online.de wrote:
>> I'm looking for a programm better than excel, wich is able to create
> beter timeaxes and more than 1 secundaeraxes.
>> Thanks for your help.
Harry J Mangalam -- (949) 856 2847 -- mangalam at home.com