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Perhaps you could instead use MATLAB to read the .dat file and generate a graph for you.

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If the data can be written to a comma separated file (CSV) file, then there are a lot of programs like Excel or R that can read and graph the data. Matlab is expensive and may not be available.Perhaps you could instead use MATLAB to read the .dat file and generate a graph for you.

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And of course Julia (MATLAB syntax) or Python which together can Interoperate with Fortran and have graphic packages.

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