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Name: maxwell
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Date: Around 1995


Question:
I am looking for software to simulate the graphics capabilities of an HP Sharp graphing calculator. It will run on a 386/IBM compatible PC. Any suggestions?


Replies:
MATHLAB, PVWAVE, IDL - any of these will let you make any kind of plot or graph you could possibly want, plus lots more.

hawley



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