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charts - Command-line Unix ASCII-based charting / plotting tool - Stack Overflow
Is there a good command-line UNIX charting / graphing / plotting tool out there? I'm looking for something that will plot xy points on an ASCII graph.

Just to clarify, I'm looking for something that will output a graph in ASCII (like ascii-art style), so I can use it over an interactive shell session without needing X.

# data.txt is newline-separated
cat data.txt | eplot -M -x 'ChartFooTitle' -d 2 > /dev/null
graph  diagram  commandline  cli  terminal  visualization  ascii  plaintext 
2 hours ago by dusko
Unscii — A bitmapped Unicode font for blocky graphics
Unscii is a set of bitmapped Unicode fonts based on classic system fonts. Unscii attempts to support character cell art well while also being suitable for terminal and programming use.
ascii  unicode  fonts  art 
8 hours ago by mikael
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Bob Neill's Book of Typewriter Art
art  ascii  typewriter  history 
6 days ago by squiddisco
qeesung/asciiplayer: ASCII gif/video player write in golang
:tv: ASCII gif/video player write in golang. Contribute to qeesung/asciiplayer development by creating an account on GitHub.
golang  ascii 
6 days ago by geetarista

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