Very simple graphic plotting...

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Wed Aug 7 06:49:47 CEST 2002


chr_werner at gmx.de (christian) wrote in message news:<8829a034.0208060642.9119f81 at posting.google.com>...

> I did some massive googeling ;-) and found heaps of plotting modules,
> but I'm quite frankly not sure which one to pick.
> It's really just some simple line-graph-plotting, so there's no need
> for a massiv extension with 3d stuff and wired math etc.
> Also the use of convenient coordinates ( == (0,0) left lower corner)
> descriptions along the axis etc. would be great. If there's allready a
> threaded utility it would be just freaking great. :-)
> 
> As you can probably tell from the above, the more simple the solution
> the better.

It if is basic graph plotting you need, check out the Blt wrapper in Pmw.

  http://www.ifi.uio.no/~hpl/Pmw.Blt/doc
  http://pmw.sourceforge.net

Blt is really Tcl, but Pmw wraps it up to make it easy to use under Python.
The first of the above sites gives a good overview of what you can do.



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