Grace-5.1.4: description + notes
Grace is a tool to make two-dimensional plots of scientific data. It runs under various (if not all) flavours of UNIX with X11 and Motif. Its capabilities are roughly similar to GUI-based programs like Sigmaplot or Microcal Origin plus script-based tools like Gnuplot or Genplot. Its strength lies in the fact that it combines the convenience of a graphical user interface with the power of a scripting language which enables it to do sophisticated calculations or perform automated tasks.
Grace is derived from Xmgr (a.k.a. ACE/gr), originally written by Paul Turner.
From version number 4.00, the development was taken over by a team of volunteers under the coordination of Evgeny Stambulchik.
When its copyright was changed to GPL, the name was changed to Grace, which stands for ``GRaphing, Advanced Computation and Exploration of data'' or ``Grace Revamps ACE/gr''. The first version of Grace available is named 5.0.0, while the last public version of Xmgr has the version number 4.1.2.
Paul still maintains and develops a non-public version of Xmgr for internal use.
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