[Haskell-cafe] tplot and splot - analyst's swiss army knifes for visualizing log files

Eugene Kirpichov ekirpichov at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 21:44:10 CET 2011

Thanks for pointing out the issue, Lars - though I personally do not think that 2mb is a sizeable chunk by measures of most modern mail hostings, and though the offending letter can simply be deleted, I agree that for some purposes attaching  megabyte-sized files to wide mailing list postings is inconvenient. I will consider archive.to in the future.

03.01.2011, в 13:08, Lars Viklund <zao at acc.umu.se> написал(а):

> On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 12:08:53PM +0300, Eugene Kirpichov wrote:
>> Hello!
>> Actually the presentation was created in PowerPoint, not in TeX :)
>> You can download the PDF here -
>> http://www.slideshare.net/jkff/two-visualization-tools/download
>> (however one has to be logged in to Slideshare, for example with a
>> facebook acct., for this link to work)
>> Just in case, I'm also attaching a PDF of the current version to this
>> email, but visiting the link is preferable, since I'll be updating the
>> contents.
> Does the list have any policies on not attaching large files? I'd rather
> not have a sizeable chunk of my mail store consumed by files I am
> completely uninterested in.
> As for storing files online, I'm sure that there's download hosting
> services that do not require any signing in, like say archiv.to or
> something.
> -- 
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