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Sat, Feb 24, 2018 10:51 pm

Installing gnuplot and using it for a simple graph

Gnuplot is a command-line interface (CLI) program that can be used to create two and three-dimensional plots on a variety of operating systems including Linux, OS X/macOS, Unix, and Microsoft Windows systems. If you use CentOS Linux, you can install it with the yum package management utility with yum install gnuplot. The information shown below is for the gnuplot 4.6.2 package on a CentOS system.

$ rpm -qi gnuplot
Name        : gnuplot
Version     : 4.6.2
Release     : 3.el7
Architecture: x86_64
Install Date: Fri 23 Feb 2018 09:30:00 PM EST
Group       : Applications/Engineering
Size        : 1551543
License     : gnuplot and MIT
Signature   : RSA/SHA256, Thu 03 Jul 2014 09:41:15 PM EDT, Key ID 24c6a8a7f4a80eb5
Source RPM  : gnuplot-4.6.2-3.el7.src.rpm
Build Date  : Tue 10 Jun 2014 12:07:58 AM EDT
Build Host  :
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Packager    : CentOS BuildSystem <>
Vendor      : CentOS
URL         :
Summary     : A program for plotting mathematical expressions and data
Description :
Gnuplot is a command-line driven, interactive function plotting
program especially suited for scientific data representation.  Gnuplot
can be used to plot functions and data points in both two and three
dimensions and in many different formats.

Install gnuplot if you need a graphics package for scientific data

Once you've installed the software on a Linux system, you can start the program by typing gnuplot and hitting Enter. You will get a gnuplot prompt where you can type commands, e.g., help for information on using the program. You can terminate the program by typing exit at the prompt.

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