Package grace-5.1.23-3

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Description:   Data processing and 2-D visualization tool (5.1.23-3)
Grace is a Motif/Lesstif application for two-dimensional data visualization. Grace can transform the data using free equations, FFT, cross- and auto-correlation, differences, integrals, histograms, and much more. The generated figures are of high quality. Grace is a very convenient tool for data inspection, data transformation, and for making figures for publications.
Usage Hints:   
The graphical executable name is "xmgrace". The default help viewer is "open", i.e. whatever the default browser you have yoursystem set to, and the default editor is nano (because I thought it was the most user-friendly default option). You can override the default help viewer and editor settings via the GRACE_HELPVIEWER and GRACE_EDITOR environment variables, respectively. For example, if you're running xmgrace in a remote X11 session, you'll probably want an X11-based help viewer, e.g. an X11 firefox from Fink: env GRACE_HELPVIEWER='firefox %s' xmgrace
Section:   sci
Maintainer:   Alexander Hansen <alexkhansenATusersDOTsourceforgeDOTnet>
License:   GPL
Info-File:   dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/sci/
CVS log, Last Changed: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 09:53:59 (UTC)

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