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Hello,

I recently change to Mac and I'm looking for a program (free) equivalent to ygraph in ubuntu (visualize a 1D data, animated plot). Does anybody know which program do the same? or how do I install ygraph in Mac OS?

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Is yGraph a graph editor ??
Anyways i found THIS

yED Graph editor

yEd is a very powerful graph editor that can be used to quickly and effectively generate drawings and to apply automatic layouts to a range of different diagrams and networks.

yEd is available as a free download with unrestricted functionality!

yEd makes full use of the yFiles library. This is a Java class library enabling the viewing, editing, optimizing, drawing, and animating of a wide range of diagrams, networks, and other graph-like structures.

yEd has been built using 100% lightweight Swing components. This allows it to run on any platform where a suitable Runtime Environment is available.


Might be something you looking for

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Is yGraph a graph editor ??
Anyways i found THIS

yED Graph editor

yEd is a very powerful graph editor that can be used to quickly and effectively generate drawings and to apply automatic layouts to a range of different diagrams and networks.

yEd is available as a free download with unrestricted functionality!

yEd makes full use of the yFiles library. This is a Java class library enabling the viewing, editing, optimizing, drawing, and animating of a wide range of diagrams, networks, and other graph-like structures.

yEd has been built using 100% lightweight Swing components. This allows it to run on any platform where a suitable Runtime Environment is available.


Might be something you looking for

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Thank you TattooedMac! I'm gonna check it out. I almost give up at mac OS this month cause I'm finishing my thesis and I just bought a MB and I'm having trouble to get used to this OS.
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