Category: Other - Tools & Utilities
Ever needed to tweak a gnuplot script and got annoyed by constantly changing the script file, run gnuplot and display the resulting image?
The gnuplot editor generates a preview of the plot for every change you make and quickly allows to show the created image file with a simple keystroke. Lines with errors are highlighted in the code and gnuplot output is shown in a separate widget.
In addition it features all basic editor options, syntax highlighting and menu macros for often used gnuplot options.
The program is written in python (works with 2 and 3) with a Qt4 user interface, which makes it platform independent (tested in Linux, OS X 10.7 and Windows XP). Date: 04 March, 2017
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