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mawan February 17, 2012 08:47

Ploting Software on linux
 
hi,
i am using g fortran in ubunto.i want to plot my graphs.kindly tell me which software i use for plotting my flow problems if any one knows.

Ford Prefect February 17, 2012 11:49

Hello.

Gnuplot is easy to use.

Paraview if you wish more functionality.


gl hf

SergeAS February 17, 2012 14:03

in additional you have a look mayavi and VisIT

PS: Tecplot for Linux also available if you prefer this postprocessor

rmh26 February 17, 2012 18:05

If you are familiar with python you could use matplotlib. Might be easier than using paraview and easy to install but not as powerfull. I end up using MATLAB but thats only because my university has a license for it.

Some examples of what it can do.
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/gallery.html

mawan March 8, 2012 23:35

thanks.Can you please tell me the command for plotting data in gnu??
and tell me briefly about paravie.w also

mawan March 8, 2012 23:37

how can i install tecplot in my ubunto?i want to use this ploting software.thank u

cfdnewbie March 9, 2012 04:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by mawan (Post 348474)
how can i install tecplot in my ubunto?i want to use this ploting software.thank u

google is your friend!


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