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On 10/08/2011, <> wrote:

On Wed, 10 Aug 2011 13:30:47 +0100
e-letter <> wrote:

You can achieve these tasks using gnuplot

  There are actually many ways to achieve this. For example, I use
QtiPlot for this purpose and sometimes Sage (via Matplotlib) when I
work with it.

OK, gnuplot was suggested for LO users to think: "instead of asking LO
for more and more features, is there something that already exists",
probably because time is preceived to be saved to learn a new tool.
"Feature expansion" inevitably ruins good software product because it
is more "interesting" than curing old bugs many years old.

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