On my pursuade for a tool to visualize simple list values I found gnuplot:
gnuplot is a command-line program that can generate two- and three-dimensional plots of functions, data, and data fits.
I will focus on the capabilities of gnuplot on two-dimensional plots and in special howto visualize data without a corresponding second data value. But first here is the idea why I needed such a tool:
Continue reading Visualizing data with Gnuplot
If not already happened: Install the synaptic package manager (search for synaptic in the Ubuntu software center)
Download this package according to your architecture. If you are not sure which architecture you need, try amd64 or i386. This are the two most used architectures.
Install the package by double clicking.
Open a terminal and execute sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases
Open synaptics package manager, go to preferences / package sources / other software. There should be two entrys like “http://ppa.launchpad.net/stebbins/handbrake-releases/ubuntu”. Mark the first one and click on “change”. Alter the distribution code from “oneiric” to “natty”. Do the same for the second entry. Apply the changes
Back in synaptic, click on reload. Now you can search for handbrake in the package search