On Sun, Oct 22, 2006, Matt Richardson wrote:
>I just used it a couple of weeks ago to produce a histogram of
>randomly generated numbers. Read the documentation, it's well written
>and has good examples.
You might also want to look at gnuplot.
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* Matt Richardson <[hidden email]> [2006-10-22 16:56]:
> I just used it a couple of weeks ago to produce a histogram of
> randomly generated numbers. Read the documentation, it's well written
> and has good examples.
I met the current maintainer at the chipy (Chicago Python user group)
http://www.chipy.org meeting a few months ago. He's a great guy and he
did some pretty impressive things with it. It also appears to interact
well with ipython, an extremely powerful python interpreter shell (much
better than the built-in shell) http://ipython.scipy.org/