Question: Plotting from command-line Maple



I was wondering if it is possible for me to generate plots from command-line Maple. What I need to do is access a linux server remotely via PuTTy and then set Maple running on creating a plot (that takes it a couple of days). Is it possible to do this?

I can't seem to find out how after googling for a while, I was thinking it would be something like "maple <inputfile.mpl> outputfile" on the command-line then I'd just let it go and it would produce me the plot in some outputfile but this doesnt quite seem to work. For example my input file might be "f:=x->x^2; plot(f(x),x=0..10);" which I then export to maple input .mpl type file.


Thanks for any help

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