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       ggobi - Visualization system for high-dimensional data


       ggobi [options]


       ggobi  is a data visualization system for viewing high-dimensional data
       and is the next edition of xgobi(1).


       ggobi accepts the following options:

               name of the default color scheme to use

       -ascii  use the xgobi-style ASCII data mode

               name of XML file containing color scheme descriptions

               specify datamode for plugins

       --help  display help on the console

       ---init name of initialization file

               do not terminate if no GGobi windows are open

       -mysql  ignored, see the --datamode option

       -noinit do not read any initialization files

               name of XML file for single plugin

               restore a previously saved GGobi session

       -s      use S (i.e. either GNU R, or S-Plus) as the data mode

               display little or no diagnostic output

               validate XML datasets during input

               display verbose diagnostic output on console

               display version information

       -xml    use XML data format



       Deborah    F.    Swayne     <>,     Dianne     Cook
       <>,   Andreas   Buja  <>  and
       Duncan Temple Lang <>

       This manual page was contributed by Dirk Eddelbuettel  <>
       for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution but may be used by others.