[PYTHON MATRIX-SIG] Plotting packages
Fri, 07 Mar 1997 13:13:10 -0800
Jim Hugunin wrote:
> Recent posts have started me thinking about plotting and NumPy again.
I think that well integrated plotting capability is crucial to the
success of NumPy.
> 4) PLPlot - The best option I've seen, the basic distribution even comes
> with a python module. It's driver model also looks good, I could easily
> see adding Windows support. On the other hand, installation is really a
I did get an earlier version of PLPlot working with NumPy on an SGI
about a year ago but it seemed to have bugs. About 2 months ago I tried
PLPlot version 961023 and couldn't get it to work at all.
> Am I missing any packages?
I recall someone mentioning that there was (or will be?) a C library
interface to the GNUPLOT package. That sounded very promising to me,
since GNUPLOT works on most of the major operating systems (including
Windows) and also supports a large number of output devices. Does
anyone know if this library exists? Has anyone gotten it to work with
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