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Wrangling Data Vizualization with Gnuplot 4.6

Mar 30, 2012, 17:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nathan Willis)

"At its core, Gnuplot is an engine for streaming in data, massaging it, and producing visual output. The input portion of the process can be interactive, read from a file, or generated by another program ? that is why Gnuplot is often used as the graphing engine for other data-centric applications. Examples include the GRASS geographic information system and the Octave numerical computation framework, as well as third-party tools like Pig, the data-analysis platform for Apache Hadoop, or the Puppet configuration-management tool.

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