Examples and
sample outputs which demonstrate easy ways to
visualize data on workstations and PC's. All of the programs used are
available as shareware or freeware at indicated sites. (Part of
NACSE research at Physics.)

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*Click on the thumbnail sketches (colored borders) for larger versions*

##
Two-Dimensional Graphics

We give examples and samples of the use of
`Xmgr (ACE/gr)`

. It is our preferred 2D plotting program, producing
publication quality output with a
menu-driven interface, dealing easily with Greek symbols and error bars, and given away freely!

## Three-Dimensional Graphics

We give examples and samples of the use of `gnuplot`

and ` PlotMTV`

. (If `Xmgr`

could produce 3D plots, we would prefer it.)

Here is a new interactive gnuplot tutorial. (Under
Construction)

## Animation

We give examples
of animating the solutions of some time-dependent partial differential equations of physics.
We supply some sample (`mpeg`

's) movies for viewing and locations for you
to pick up movie players.

Mail
to Jon Maestri (author).