Which GUI?

Christopher Mullins christopherrmullins at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 20:37:49 CEST 2015

You might checkout pyqtgraph.  I think a ton of the examples will be
relevant to your use case.

On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 1:31 PM, Paulo da Silva <
p_s_d_a_s_i_l_v_a_ns at netcabo.pt> wrote:

> Hi all!
> I am about to write an application (python3 in linux) that needs:
> 1. Display time series graphics dynamically changed as the application
> runs, i.e. the graphics should reflect some internal variables states.
> 2. The same but for some network like diagrams. Basically nodes and
> connections (straight lines). Nodes can have different colors depending
> on their activity levels and also, together with connection lines, may
> be created and deleted dynamically.
> 3. Interaction with the user (not sure yet, here).
> 4. Some modules may need to be moved to C++ in case of lack of enough
> speed. So, the possibility of the GUI libs be used with C++ may be an
> advantage. Anyway I can always stay in Python and write a C++ extension.
> 5. Several multi processor segments.
> 6. For now single user - possible but unlikely multi-user in the future.
> Which technology is better?
> matplotlib?
> tkinter?
> wxwidgets?
> qt?
> Web: ajax (I don't know much about this - need to learn), using cherrypy
> or django?
> Any other?
> Thanks for any help or comments.
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