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Posted on 2002-05-11
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OK, should be a simple one, eh?  I need a simple program to plot scatter (x-y coordinate) graphs that can be plotted and printed (multiple sheets on a HP Deskjet) on a scale of inches and tenths on a +/- X/Y grid without distortion and with averaged curved lines connecting the points. I'm trying to print out the forms for a kayak from lofting data, so I'd like the precision of the computer versus plotting points and then freehanding the connecting lines.  I've tried to use Excel and can enter the tables and plot the graphs fine, but the graphs are distorted and there is no way to correct the grid sizing.  I'm using Windows 98, so the neat Linux stuff doesn't work correctly.  Any help?  Thanks.
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Any update..

Cheers, T.
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