the chafa package

Jude DaShiell

From its description may in some cases be able to take a graph from a
graphing package in Linux and turn it into terminal useable ascii that can
be read by screen readers. The slint distribution has chafa available in
the spi repository for any running slint and it may be available on other
Linux repositories.
All of the linux packages I have known about to date have produced graphs
in graphics type files which themselves will not read at all on screen
reader technology.

Jude <jdashiel at panix dot com>
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