PSPLOT is a library of Fortran-callable subroutines for creating publication-quality scientific and technical graphics as standard postscript files. That way it's platform independent. It supports all 35 postscript fonts and color. PSPLOT was created by Mr Kevin Kohler
who kindly made its Fortran source code available free of charge for non-commercial use.
The library routines are fully documented in an excellent PDF-formatted manual (which can
be viewed on-screen or printed using the free Adobe Acrobat reader,
or the freeware Ghostscript/GSView package. The latter is to be preferred as it's also needed to view and/or print the postscript files created with PSPLOT.)
View a typical example of scientific drawing generated with PSPLOT (in Black & White)
and the Fortran code for this example, showing the calls to the relevant PSPLOT routines.
Retrieve the PSPLOT library binary (100Kb) for G77/Win32.
The archive file contains the library file libpsplot.a which should be placed in the directory containing the G77 libraries (typically that'll be C:\G77\Lib\)
It also contains the Fortran source file onehalf3d.f for the above example and the file readme3.txt that explains how to compile it.
Retrieve the PSPLOT manual
(330Kb) in Adobe PDF format (courtesy of Mr Rob Stewart.)