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Hello. The "Homebrew > Simple Installation instructions" section says: <q>The default charting package in Octave is straight qt. However, on the Mac gnuplot often works better.</q>. In which cases is it this way? I actually had plots looking worse and not exporting correctly with gnuplot.
 
Hello. The "Homebrew > Simple Installation instructions" section says: <q>The default charting package in Octave is straight qt. However, on the Mac gnuplot often works better.</q>. In which cases is it this way? I actually had plots looking worse and not exporting correctly with gnuplot.
 
:The wiki talk feature is not used widely.  Please consult the mailing list "help@octave.org" for questions about macOS and plotting. [[User:Siko1056|Siko1056]] ([[User talk:Siko1056|talk]]) 18:18, 19 December 2019 (PST)
 

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