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This is the official North American distribution site for gnuplot, a
general-purpose plotting program that works with many output devices. 

gnuplot3.5.tar.Z   is the full GNUPLOT 3.5 release.
gp34to35.shar.Z    is an upgrade from 3.4 to 3.5.

gnuplot-latex.shar is a set of handy scripts and macros for use with latex. 

gnut2p.tar.Z is a translator to take old gnutex input files and make
gnuplot2.0 files; it should also work with gnuplot3.5. has 386 and 486 precompiled binaries for gnuplot 3.4 (not
3.5). This is explained further in DOS34.txt. 

enhpost.patches are patches (relative to the base 3.5 distribution)
for the following features:
	1. 'call' command.  Like load but with substitutable parameters.
	2. 'if' command.  Conditionalize command execution. Useful with
           load and call commands.
	3. enhpost "Enhanced PostScript" terminal.  Allows use of additional
	   fonts, super/sub-scripts, change of font size, extended characters.

GNUFIT incorporates a nonlinear least squares fit mechanism into GNUPLOT. The
fit uses the Marquardt-Levenberg-algorithm for fitting and the GNUPLOT
function evaluation mechanism for calculation. Thus it remains relatively
small. It offers all advantages of fitting every rather complex-formulated
function you can create with GNUPLOT (including complex calculation). 	a README for GNUFIT

    gnufit12.tar.gz 	All new sources and diff's against gnuplot3.4 and
			gnuplot3.5, readmes, demos and installation hints
			needed to compile and run GNUFIT on your machine,
			provided that you already have the original
			gnuplot sources.	DOS executables 

Patches will appear here as they are released.

David Kotz	(only correspondence about ftp problems, please)

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