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Maxi-Graph

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Maxi-graph Typing Pt II - 5.25 floppy disk - copy
From Acorn User: Maxi-Graph is a graph drawing program for the BBC Model B which features not only extreme ease of use, but also sophisticated graph drawing facilities. Both the curve and the background colours can be individually set and, as can be seen from the illustrations, up to three curves can be drawn on the same graph. As you can also see, bar graphs are available, in addition to curves. The latter can be linked or unlinked. Background grids may be displayed or not (they are not, in the tree growth graph). The starting point of the graph need not be in the bottom left hand corner and magnification of sections of the graph may be carried out, by restricting the plot range to a certain section of it. Data may be saved to disk and loaded from disk. Three types of graph labels may be defined on the X axis. The first is monthly, the second is yearly and the third is a numerical general purpose definition. Maxi-Graph is disk orientated, it is not available for tape, and gives an excellent graph representation. As can be seen by the illustrations, the graph which the user constructs can be sent to the printer, in addition to the screen. It should be compatible with most dot addressable printers and has been tested, and is guaranteed, with Epson MX80 Model III, FX80, RX80; Star 510/525; Seikosha GP100A or GP80A.


Platform : BBC Micro
Format : 5.25" Floppy Disk
Publisher :
Authors :
Date : Unknown

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH49678. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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