[OS X TeX] [Sort-of Off]: Plotting Software

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 22:50:47 EST 2006

markus bongard wrote:

> gentle persons,
> On 7 Mar 2006, at 21:42, andi petculescu wrote:
>> Hi Alain,
>> After you launch gnuplot, are you setting your terminal to aquaterm  
>> ("gnuplot> set term aqua") ?
> or, if you have additionally installed  Qgfe (and the needed Qt3.3.x  
> framework *installer on the same, ATG-website*), as well as Aquaterm,  
> you can simply select it from the "terminal"-menu - screenshot of  
> Qgfe running on MacOSX is here -> http://naranja.umh.es/~atg/images/ 
> screen-qgfe-terminals.png .
> Aquaterm in general is just a MacOSX-native output-terminal for  
> gnuplot (that's why it's "Aqua"–"term"), which allows native, PDF- 
> based display of any plot (well, and it can be used from your own  
> programs).

Are you saying I need Qgfe on top of  Aquaterm? I looked at the images 
and they look good. But

    "A good knowledge of Gnuplot is required to use Qgfe."

is ominous.

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