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Excelente aplicación tanto para estudiantes como docentes,
Sure, it's kinda showing its age a bit, there's plenty of other pretty zoomy scrolly AJAXy web2.0 graphing engines out there, but for those times when you just want a no-nonsense PNG plot from 12 columns of raw CSV data, or a few formulae, and again as a log-plot, then a histogram, or a scattergram and a few best-fit lines, or all of the above on one set of axes, OK now in 3D... try as hard as you like, you just can't beat gnuplot. It just gets the job done with a few lines of config, or has a mind-blowing number of config / parsing / input / output / plotting options to tweak if you really want to make it look "just right". Takes the unix "do one job, and do it well" mantra to the illogical extreme. Sometimes I look forward to the day I can finally say goodbye to gnuplot, but in the meantime it's one of those utterly essential tools I just can't work without, y'know, like air.
It's powerful and versatile. I was impressed how one can edit the pseudocode schema graphically.
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