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GLE

GLE

GLE (Graphics Layout Engine) is a high quality graphics package for scientists, combining a user friendly interface with a full range of facilities for producing publication quality graphs, diagrams, posters and slides.

GLE provides LaTeX quality fonts together with a flexible graphics module which allows the user to specify any feature of a graph (down to the line width of the subticks, for example).

Complex pictures can be drawn with user defined subroutines and simple looping structures.

GLE comes with a user interface QGLE.

The strength of GLE lies in its reproducibly and in its adaptability. Rather than a set of pixel values, a GLE diagram is stored as a series of vector drawing instructions. A line is stored as a line, a circle as a circle. The GLE package itself takes these instructions and converts them into a recognisable graphic.

 GLE 4.2

Price
Free to download

Size
13.1MB
License

BSD license

Developer
Many contributors

Website
glx.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
libpng
libjpeg
libtiff

Support:
Manual, FAQ, Mailing Lists, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Suitable for producing graphics for reports and scientific papers
  • Lines, circles, boxes, arrows, and text
  • Mathematical functions such as, sin(), cos(), log(), exp(), etc
  • For-next loops, subroutines, variables, if-then-else
  • A graph module for drawing graphs of data and functions
  • Advanced graphics commands like paths, clipping, and rotation
  • Inclusion of bitmap and PostScript files
  • Inclusion of other GLE files thus allowing libraries
  • Outputs to graphics file formats such as Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) or Portable Document Format (PDF)

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