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

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Wed Mar 8 04:32:50 EST 2006

Le 8 mars 06 à 10:13, markus bongard a écrit :

> Maybe this is becoming too much "off-topic" for this list (?), so  
> it might reasonable to communicate directly if further information  
> is needed (I packaged and maintain the Qgfe-binary-, as well the  
> other installers for MacOSX on http://naranja.umh.es/~atg).

Off-topic maybe. But in case it's highly useful for us scientists not  
very well-trained in the *nix world, and that's is the kind of  
information I value especially with this list.

For example, about a month ago a colleague, recent convert to OS X,  
asked me about graph digitalization software. Thanks to two off-topic  
threads from this list:

"[OS X TeX] Kile's out, Texmaker's in" from 2 April 2004
"[OS X TeX] OT: QT tool for analyzing graph to get underyling data"  
from 23 November 2005

I was able to answer at once with a list of options:

> Voici les différents programmes Mac OS X de digitalisation de  
> courbes dont j'avais entendu parler, certains gratuits et d'autres  
> payants. Je ne me souviens plus lequel m'avait semblé le plus  
> intéressant ; je crois que certains peuvent détecter des points  
> automatiquement, voire même séparer automatiquement différents jeux  
> de données lorsque ceux-ci utilisent différents symboles.
> DataThief <http://www.datathief.org/> (25$)
> GraphClick <http://www.arizona-software.ch/applications/graphclick/ 
> > (8$)
> Plot Digitizer <http://plotdigitizer.sourceforge.net/> (gratuit)
> QtiPlot <http://soft.proindependent.com/qtiplot.html> (gratuit)
> Engauge Digitizer <http://digitizer.sourceforge.net/> (gratuit)

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