PLplot

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PLplot
Plplot.png
3D surface plot rendered by PLplot
Preview release Through Subversion
Development status Active
Written in C
Platform Cross-platform
Type Plotting
License LGPL
Website plplot.sourceforge.net

PLplot is a library of subroutines that are often used to make scientific plots in compiled languages such as C, C++, D, Fortran, Ada, OCaml and Java. PLplot can also be used interactively by interpreted languages such as Octave, Python, Perl and Tcl. The current version was written primarily by Maurice J. LeBrun and Geoffrey Furnish.

3D image made with C and PLplot

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PLplot is free software and is licensed under the LGPL.

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