– Pythonic: support for Python programming
– OTRS: the optional list of auto-discoverable plugins which can be used to extend the editor.
– MySQL: Connector/Python (currently MySQL is the only supported database)
– MySQL: DBCC: Database Consolidation
– MySQL: FIPS Mode
– MySQL: Instance Memory Management
– MySQL: Statement Batching
– MySQL: Storage Engines: InnoDB
– MySQLS: Connectors/Python
– SmartFormatter: An expandable formatter for editing formated files.
– StringTools: A series of useful tools for editing text
– XChat Console: The quickest way to connect to IRC.
– XFreeze: to save a console session

You have to have Java SE 6.0 or higher, which is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Unix systems.

Some installations of Java may also require additional JREs, such as Java ME, Java SE Embedded, or Java SE Embedded ME.


Unzip the file that you downloaded. After that, you should see a.jar file on the desktop.

To run MultiText Editor:


Double-click the.jar file to open it in the desktop.

To create a new project:


Right-click on the file with the.jar extension and click “New -> Project”.


Change the name of the project to anything you want.


On the next window, click on the “Settings” tab and then “Scheme.”


On the right of the box, select the “Other” option.


Click “Ok.”


Enter the folder you want to save the project on the text box.


Click “Ok.”


Click “Ok.”


Click “Save” when you are ready.

You are now ready to make your first project. Click on the file with the.jar extension and click “Open”.


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Now you can view and analyze your data in a form of XY Plotting on your
Desktop with the help of Data Plotter.

It’s a Java-based program that will enable you to view and plot your data as an XY Graph. The program is simple enough that anyone could use it.

It includes the following functionality:

Add Data
Plot Data
View Plot
Delete Data
View Data Analysis
View Data Points
Export Data


User-friendly interface
Read Data from the standard input stream
View the plots on both XY and XYZ plane
Display a frequency histogram
Export the graph as Image, JPEG, TIFF, GIF, PNG and PDF


Java – JDK 1.7 or higher is required. The program will run on all
Java 7-compliant systems.

Source code download:


You can install and run Mathematica from anywhere, provided you have an Internet connection and a copy of Mathematica.
I use a mix of Mathematica notebooks and programmatic calls to do this. You can use the notebook version to run the code to produce images you can directly open in your browser, like this. (There are a few other ways to make the images look good, which are not simple, so this is the easiest way I know of for beginners.)

There is some information about how to write the code in the documentation, here.
You can also run the code as a module in Mathematica.
There are two ways of doing this. The first is a package that I created that reads data from a file, plots it, and saves it to the clipboard. (It doesn’t do the plotting in the notebook.) If you paste the data from the clipboard back into a notebook, the notebook will then draw the graph.
Or you can just write an inline code block in a notebook and save it as a package. This is probably easier to do, and it will save you having to copy and paste from the clipboard. Here is an example of the first method:
data = Import[“graphdata.txt”, {“RawData”, “Data”}];
g = Plot[#, {x, 0, 3}, Axes