gnuplot is a free, open source plotting program that has been in wide use since 1986.
It's used as the graphics backend by many other programs, so plenty of people use gnuplot
without knowing it. If you've used Octave, Maxima, statist, gretl, or the Emacs graphing
calculator, you've already used gnuplot.
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