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I have to create a pretty simple line graph. The Y axis consists of numbers in a number format and the X axis is in the date/hrs/mins format. I've tried ...
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    I have to create a pretty simple line graph. The Y axis consists of numbers in a number format and the X axis is in the date/hrs/mins format.

    I've tried graphing from Open Office Calc and Symphony and there is no way (that I can find) to have each axis in a different format. I also tried gnumeric and a couple other with the same results.

    I also tried Kchart and can import data into a table correctly but when I go to create a chart all I get is one column of different colored rectangles.

    Scigraphica crashes.

    Also, ideally I'd like to be able to add some labels or callouts to the graph, but, at this point I'll settle for each axis formatted differently.

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    which os you are using you can try yum for searching software to plot a graph
    Code:
    yum search graph
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