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GUIPlot extracts numerical data from text files and produces X-Y plots and histograms with simple statistics.
is oriented toward quick, easy analysis of numerical data
embedded in text files. The plot below was created by
dragging and dropping a file on GUIPlot,
typing the 2-character formula for the black lines
("C5") and another for the red lines
("C8"). The data was immediately plotted. The
axis labels, scale mark frequency numbers, and a title
were entered to spiff it up for this web page.
Something changed in this data around unit 680. To look more closely, GUIPlot lets you zoom in, as shown by the cursor and box being drawn on this plot. The status bar quantifies the region which will show up on the zoom plot, shown below.
This image shows the zoom region, expanding the detail at the data's transition point. The zoom region can be nudged around with the arrow keys and moved and resized with the mouse. The menu at the right is the plot popup menu that is invoked with the right mouse button. This image shows some of the operations that can be performed on a plot. Most of these operations can be invoked by pressing a single key on the keyboard, indicated by the underlined character on the menu item. The plot window has no menu at the top to conserve space.
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Be sure to see the Autoget page for a program that can work alone or with GUIPlot to download files using HTTP or FTP protocols at programmed times or on demand.
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