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Khoros: Using Xprism2

Sponsored by U.S. Department of Energy
Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 by the Computational Science Education Project


"The Khoros system integrates multiple user interface modes, code generators, instructional aids, information processing, and data visualization to produce a comprehensive image/information processing research tool."
-- Khoros Manual, Release:1.0
Overwhelming as this might seem, for this section, we are only going to focus on making two-dimensional graphs. You may take a huge sigh of relief here . Make sure before you start the session with xprism2 that your environment variables have been correctly set. Then enter in from the command line:
Once everything is `set', the most basic command to enter is xprism2. If you wish, there are another hundred additions you may add to this entry, but all of these changes can be made from within the xprism2 program. We are not going to explore these options, since it doesn't make for an exciting tutorial.

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