>>> I think Gimp would be the wrong tool for this.
>>> You might want to use R (http://www.r-project.org/) for this sort of
>>> thing which will also allow you to do a whole bunch other
>>> calculations. It's a very powerful statistical / mathematical
>>> programming language with great graphics support.
>> Actually there is a gimp-octave plug-in by elsamuko :)
> Octave I think is a clone of Matlab - that should be fine too. :)
I've used octave (since switched to sage), but I once played a little bit
with imagemagick in octave. IIRC, without any sort of plugins.
I'd presume that octave supports histograms out of the box.
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