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what is the best tool for drawing this kind of graph? I tried in MS Word but they were not as good as this. enter image description here

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Excel maybe would be an option (if you live in Microsoft world) or OpenOffice.org Calc. – 0xA3 Jun 30 '11 at 22:05
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Google Charts, Google Spreadsheets, or Excel would work. Are you trying to do this programmatically?

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nope. I will be giving some data values I collected – James williams Jun 30 '11 at 22:07

You should use a Spreadsheet tool such as Microsoft Excel, Open Office Calc, Numbers, google docs Spreadsheet ... They are efficient for this task !

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Use gnuplot. Without any extra settings, gnuplot makes some seriously ugly graphs, but learn just a little, and amazing power is yours. It handles all kinds of input data rather well, too. You have a nearly infinite variety of oputput formats as well.

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