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Aug
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comment How to easily plot graph, using (preferably) free software?
I am looking at my older questions and I have found this one again. I learned R in the end, really anything is possible there, thanks for your solution. The only thing I don't like is the sometimes really weird syntax.
Aug
9
comment running darwine from commandline?
Anyway, I suggest you use Wine Bottler rather than Darwine - see winebottler.kronenberg.org
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revised Does https encrypt URLs, too?
sever -> server
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Feb
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comment How to easily plot graph, using (preferably) free software?
oh, maybe not. more than I play with both, I really like Plot more.
Feb
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comment How to easily plot graph, using (preferably) free software?
OK, now I declare myself idiot, because I totally forgot about existence of Grapher.app. Resubmit this comment as a new answer and I will accept it as the best answer. sigh
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comment How to easily plot graph, using (preferably) free software?
Idigas: can be both I guess, I would prefer programming solution though, because it's "cleaner"
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comment using bash without arrow keys
it was faster than I thought! :) thanks