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It's not clear how you want to put them into a chart (i.e., do you want to transform the data in some way).
If you just want to read in the data and plot the values after the comma, you can use Gnumeric, openoffice calc, or any spreadsheet. If the file has a .csv extension, Gnumeric will recognize that it is a csv file, and open the import wizard automatically. You can then plot the values using the "Insert a chart" button.