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On Tue 24 May 05,  9:14 PM, Dylan Beaudette <dylan@iici.no-ip.org> said:
> 
> On May 23, 2005, at 3:37 PM, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> [...snip...]
> >
> >It's loaded with options.  You can change the point size and even 
> >convert
> >your graphs to eps files, suitable for including into your latex
> >dissertation.   ;-)
> >
> >Hope you find it useful.  It was a lot of fun to write.
> >
> >Pete
> >
> >PS- I'm not the best Perl hacker, but I can always get the job done.
> 
> Thanks again Pete. not only was the demo fun to watch, your plotter 
> script with be handy for all sorts of stuff around the lab!
 
Sure.  If you can think of improvements, lemme know!

> I am not sure if I will understand much of your dissertation, but I 
> would be interested in hearing about when it is done as well. I like 
> your take on using only open source software, I am trying to do the 
> same thing for my thesis in the field of landscape modeling and soil 
> science. So far my professor and a couple others have become interested 
> in OSS as well.

That's cool; definitely keep at it!  I lucked out: the physics department at
UCD is firmly and utterly behind Linux.  Professors that rely on Windows
stick out like a sore thumb

Pete

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Every theory is killed sooner or later, but if the theory has good in it,
that good is embodied and continued in the next theory. -- Albert Einstein

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