zimg

display 2-D data of arbitrary format

zimg generates png images from arbitrary formatted f(x,y) data. Both plain unformatted ascii and a variety of binary input formats are supported. Output options include variable logarithmic color mapping VLCM and contour graphics and lots of color maps. zimg is a fast converter.

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