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igraph(1) [osf1 man page]

IGRAPH(1)						      General Commands Manual							 IGRAPH(1)

NAME
igraph - interactive graphing program DESCRIPTION
Igraph is a crude interactive program for creating line and scatter plots. Provisions for reading and writing graph files as well as changing variables and getting output are provided from a menu. Graph files and variables are as described in bgraph(1). AUTHOR
Greg Ward BUGS
There is no mechanism provided for undefining a variable. SEE ALSO
bgraph(1), icalc(1), metafile(5) RADIANCE
6/24/98 IGRAPH(1)
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