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Recently a lot of work has been done by the mighty Zaki Mughal on the PDL interfaces to Gnuplot, PGPLOT and PLplot to improve their continuous integration on GitHub. At least the Gnuplot and PLplot ones work great on Windows, and the PGPLOT one is a work in progress to get it also working there. I'd say PDL::Graphics::Simple will therefore not only work on Windows, but you have at least a couple of options of driver.

Please give it a go and report any problems!

In reply to Re^2: Failure to install PDL::Graphics::Simple on Windows 10 by etj
in thread Failure to install PDL::Graphics::Simple on Windows 10 by zubenel0

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