UDAV – Application for data visualization based on MathGL

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UDAV is a cross-platform program for data array visualization based on the MathGL library. It supports a wide spectrum of graphics, simple script language, and visual data handling and editing. It has a windowed interface for data viewing, changing, and plotting. It can execute MGL scripts, set up and rotate graphics, export to bitmap or vector (EPS or SVG) files, draw TeX-like formulas, and so on.
UDAV features

* Wide spectrum of graphics. At this moment (MathGL v.1.9) more than 55 general types of graphics are supported.
* There are smoothed lightning, transparency, TeX symbols and formulas, arbitrary curvelinear coordinates and a lot of other things (see MathGL features).
* Simple and fast data and formulas plotting:
o You can plot the data by one click (just type ‘udav datafile.dat' or open it in UDAV)
o You can see the script and graphical result at the same time.
o You can rotate, shift, zoom plot by toolbuttons or by mouse.
o You can switch on/off lightning and transparency.
o You can run animation.
* Table for data editing support up to 3-dimensional data arrays.
* Minimal set of tools for data handling (smoothing, resizing, cropping, filling by formula, summation, differentiation, histogram creation and so on).
* Export graphics to bitmap (PNG, JPEG or EPS) and vector (EPS or SVG) files.

Install UDAV in ubuntu

If you are running ubuntu lucid open the terminal and run the following command

sudo apt-get install udav

For other ubuntu version users

First you need to download UDAV .deb files from here and libmgl deb from here

Install downloaded .deb file using the following command from your terminal

sudo dpkg -i filename


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7 Responses

  1. Joel says:

    The package manager says i need libmgl (>= 1.7). How do i install it?

  2. Joel says:

    To install that i need: libltdl3 (>= 1.5.2-2)

  3. admin says:

    Now try to run the following command from your terminal

    sudo apt-get -f install

  4. Joel says:

    How do I install libltdl3 (>= 1.5.2-2)?

  5. admin says:

    try to install the following package and try

    sudo apt-get install libltdl3-dev

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