GLE is a graphics language that produces postscript, EPS, PDF, PNG, or JPG ouput from a simple script file. The GLE scripting language is full featured with variables, subroutines, logic control, looping, and graphing tools. GLE project is great for plotting and charting data.
GLE can create very complex output with text and graphics (including graphs and charts) from a simple plain text file.
GLE is open source (BSD license) so you can modify it to meet your needs.
GLE is a full featured programing language that includes variables, subroutines, logic control, looping, a graphing tool, and more to produce high quality postscript output. It has 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. Essentially, GLE is a programming language and if you are used to writing software, using LaTeX, or any other non-WYSIWYG tools, then you will enjoy using GLE.
This web page is dedicated to promote, improve, provide resources, and a discussion forum for issues surrounding the GLE programming language.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This version adds control constructs (for-next loops, if-then-else, etc.) in graph and key blocks, semi-transparent fills and colors (RGBA), the concept of layers for graph blocks, and a new CSV data reader.