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README

                    Version 3.0 of PLPLOT
PLPLOT is a library of C functions that are useful for scientific plotting.
The PLPLOT library can be used to create standard x-y plots, semilog plots,
log-log plots, contour plots, 3D plots, mesh plots, bar charts and pie
charts. Multiple graphs (of the same or different sizes) may be placed
on a single page with multiple lines in each graph. Different line
styles, widths and colors are supported. A virtually infinite number
of distinct area fill patterns may be used. There are almost 2000 characters
in the extended character set. This includes four different fonts,
the Greek alphabet and a host of mathematical, musical, and other symbols.
The fonts can be scaled to any size for various effects.

To create a library compatible with your compiler/system you need to go to
the appropriate directory (Amiga, UNIX, NeXT) and follow the directions
in the README file there.

This version (3.0) is not completely compatible with previous releases. 
The font files have changed and the 3D and contour routines and their
arguments have changed. (Two dimensional arrays now need to be in
FLOAT **A form. This requires a little more space for the additional
pointers, but is considerably faster.)

Regards,

   Tony Richardson

   EMAIL   amr@egr.duke.edu

   USMAIL  Tony Richardson              Tony Richardson
           Dept of Elect Eng            311 S. LaSalle St. #41B
           Duke University              Durham, NC 27705
           Durham, NC 27706

           ph 919-660-5262              ph 919-286-7101

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