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Gnuplot: An Interactive Plotting Program - Table of Contents Gnuplot: An Interactive Plotting Program GNUPLOT An Interactive Plotting Program Thomas Williams & Colin Kelley Version 3.7 organized by: David Denholm Copyright (C) 1986 - 1993, 1998 Thomas Williams, Colin Kelley Mailing list for comments: firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing list for bug reports: email@example.com This manual was prepared by Dick Crawford 3 December 1998 Major contributors (alphabetic order): Hans-Bernhard Broeker John Campbell Robert Cunningham David Denholm Gershon Elber Roger Fearick Carsten Grammes Lucas Hart Lars Hecking Thomas Koenig David Kotz Ed Kubaitis Russell Lang Alexander Lehmann Alexander Mai Carsten Steger Tom Tkacik Jos Van der Woude James R. Van Zandt Alex Woo socat - Vimperator dest-unreach / socat Abstract what: "netcat++" (extended design, new implementation) OS: AIX, BSD, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris e.a. (UNIX) lic: GPL2 inst: tar x...; ./configure; make; make install doc: README; socat.html, socat.1; xio.help ui: command line exa: socat TCP6-LISTEN:8080,reuseaddr,fork PROXY:proxy:www.domain.com:80 keyw: tcp, udp, ipv6, raw ip, unix-socket, pty, pipe, listen, socks4, socks4a, proxy-connect, ssl-client, filedescriptor, readline, stdio, exec, system, file, open, tail -f, termios, setsockopt, chroot, fork, perm, owner, trace, dump, dgram, ext3, resolver, datagram, multicast, broadcast, interface, socket, sctp, generic, ioctl
gnuplot / parametric (E) In the usual 2-dimensional plot of gnuplot, the Y coordinate is expressed by y=f(x), however you can also use a parametric expression which uses the parameter , x = f(t) y = g(t) With this expression, more complicated functions can be plotted with gnuplot. Note that the 3-dim. plot with two parameters is given in the spherical harmonics section. Building applications using Mayavi — Mayavi v3.4.1 documentation Mayavi can be used as a fully integrated and interactive 3D plotting tool in a GUI application. Using the event model behind Traits and TVTK, all the different properties of a visualization can be changed dynamically, including the data visualized itself. In this section, we first show how an interactive dialog embedding a Mayavi scene can be built, using Traits. Then we show how to integrate this dialog in a WxPython or a PyQt (or PySide) application.
PostView Postview is a finite element post-processor that is designed to post-process the results from FEBio. It offers the user a graphical user interface to visualize and analyze the FE model. Several tools are available to assist the user in this process, such as surface plots, isosurface plots, vector plots, plane cuts and several other. These tools can be used to visualize data such as displacements, velocities, strains, stresses and so on. Values at nodes and elements can be interrogated for a more detailed study.