tek2plotis used for
tek2plot is a command-line Tektronix translator. It displays
Tektronix graphics files, or translates them to other formats. The
`-T' option is used to specify the output format or display type.
Supported output formats include "X", "pnm", "gif", "ai", "ps", "fig",
"pcl", "hpgl", "tek", and "meta" (the default). These are the same
formats that are supported by the GNU
tek2plot will take input from a file
specified on the command line or from standard input, just as the plot
Tektronix graphics files are produced by many older applications, such as SKYMAP, a powerful astronomical display program. A directory containing sample Tektronix graphics files, which you may experiment with, is distributed along with the GNU plotting utilities. On most systems it is installed as `/usr/share/tek2plot' or `/usr/local/share/tek2plot'.
Tektronix graphics format is defined as a noninteractive version of the
graphics format understood by Tektronix 4010/4014 terminals, as
documented in the 4014 Service Manual, Tektronix Inc., 1974
(Tektronix Part #070-1648-00).
tek2plot does not support
interactive features such as graphics input mode ("GIN mode") or
status enquiry. However, it does support a few additional features
provided by popular Tektronix emulators, such as the color extensions
supported by the Tektronix emulator contained in the MS-DOS version of
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