Difference between revisions of "Talk:Octave for macOS"

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:Thanks. I have fixed it accordingly on the actual page. Please note that pretty much no one pays attention to the discussion pages. Next time you should either fix it yourself on the page or comment on the mailing list. --[[User:Carandraug|carandraug]] 21:24, 1 April 2013 (PDT)
 
:Thanks. I have fixed it accordingly on the actual page. Please note that pretty much no one pays attention to the discussion pages. Next time you should either fix it yourself on the page or comment on the mailing list. --[[User:Carandraug|carandraug]] 21:24, 1 April 2013 (PDT)
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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.

Revision as of 06:16, 18 December 2019

homebrew/science

Please note that Octave is still available through Homebrew. It just has been moved to homebrew/science.

Thanks. I have fixed it accordingly on the actual page. Please note that pretty much no one pays attention to the discussion pages. Next time you should either fix it yourself on the page or comment on the mailing list. --carandraug 21:24, 1 April 2013 (PDT)

Plotting backend

Hello. The "Homebrew > Simple Installation instructions" section says: The default charting package in Octave is straight qt. However, on the Mac gnuplot often works better.. In which cases is it this way? I actually had plots looking worse and not exporting correctly with gnuplot.