Version 2.0 of JKPLOT is a simple, device-independent plotting system that can provide a base for building plotting facilities tailored to the needs of geologists. The programs were written in Microsoft QuickBasic for use on equipment compatible with an IBM personal computer. The system provides subroutines and functions for plotting in both 2 and 3 dimensions with the capability for making scaled plots with annotated axes. Plot output can be directed to the PC screen, an Epson printer, any HPGL pen plotter, or an HP laser printer. The user's documentation and program diskettes of the JKPLOT system are available from U.S. Geological Survey Open File Services. ?? 1994.
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JKPLOT version 2.00: A device-independent plotting system written in QuickBasic for an IBM PC