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Slayer21

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Does anyone know of a free graphing program, so that i can make graphs for my classes (line graphs, bar graphs, pie charts, etc)?
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Hi Slayer,

If the data is fairly simple, you can use "Calc" which is Open Office's answer to MS Excel. Works very well and is very, very free! Check it out at:
http://www.openoffice.org

Cheers,
Tom

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what version should i download?

Oh Yeah and Thank You!

Edited by Slayer21, 22 September 2005 - 10:24 PM.

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No worries,

The latest "stable" release is 1.1.5, and the latest beta is the 2.0 series. I would recommend 2.0 right now for the added functionality, and if you do run into any problems (I have been running 2.0 for a bit now with no problems) then you can always try 1.1.5.

Link for 2.0 beta2: http://download.open...eta2/index.html

Link for 1.1.5: http://download.open....1.5/index.html

Cheers,
Tom

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Oh Yeah and Thank You!

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p.s. w00t, post #100!

Edited by gust0208, 23 September 2005 - 09:49 AM.

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