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4.2 General Graphics Display

Another convenient way to present data in graphical form is by using the table format. We have already encountered the tables created by many NEMO programs. These tables can be used by NEMO programs such as tabplot(1), tabhist(1), and other packages such as mongo(1L), sm(1L) and gnuplot(1L), but even by completely foreign packages such as xgobi, grace, and xgraphic. Binary tables need to be converted to ASCII of course.

(c) Peter Teuben