Software for RISC OS by Chris Johnson

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All the software available from this page is StrongARM, RISC OS 4.02, and RISC OS Select (4.33), and RISC OS 5.11 (Iyonix) compliant. It also runs on the A9Home (RISC OS 4.42)

All the files are zip archives, produced using David Pillings SparkFS, and may be extracted using SparkPlug, Spark, or SparkFS.

This software is ONLY of use to users of RISC OS based computers - it will not run on Windows or MacOS machines.

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MultiPlot allows the plotting of up to sixteen graphs on the same set of axes. Suitable data files may be produced using e.g. GraphDraw, FnPlotter or CurveFit. MultiPlot does not allow the direct entry of data, and does no data processing. It simply combines several graphs onto the same set of scaled axes. You must have one of the applications mentioned to make use of MultiPlot. The resulting graph may be printed via any standard RISC OS printer driver, or saved as a draw file.

There are two versions of MultiPlot available.

Version 2.11 (15 Nov 2000)

This version remains available for those who do not wish to use the toolbox version - e.g. for those using older RISC OS 3.1 machines with limited memory. MultiPlot version 2.11 is 26-bit only.

You may download the following files, which are all zip archives.

Version 2.24 (20 May 2006)

This is the latest version and is considerably enhanced over version 2.11. A very brief list of some of the new features includes

  • Full use of colour
  • Extended choices whereby almost everything is user definable
  • Version 2 file format saves graph formatting information
  • Double clicking over graph objects raises appropriate dialogues or menus
  • More page sizes

armv7ok.png - 1014 bytesMultiPlot is 26/32-bit neutral and should run on RISC OS 3, 4, 5 and 6, and has also been tested successfully on the BeagleBoard (ARMv7/Cortex-A8/OMAP3 port) running RISC OS 5.17.

You may download version 2.24 as a zip archive.

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