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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Match statistics graph

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Match statistics graph
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 08:11:54 +1200
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Joern Thyssen wrote:
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 01:08:22PM +0000, Jonathan Kinsey wrote

From: "?ystein O Johansen" <address@hidden>

Isn't it a bit overkill to use OpenGL for this task? Isn't gdk good enough?

I'm not sure about gdk, but I guess the art lib could be used instead.
It's not really overkill, OpenGL is a 2d or 3d graphics library.

And another suggestion: If we're making a graph window, we could also make
a graph for the equity evolution.

I guess I could add a (optional) line over the top of the bar chart representing the equity evolution?

Unfortunately we don't have all the necessary data. There is no equity
calculated from moves with no legal moves.

Another thing: it may be better to implement some of all these features
as exports of comma separated data, which can be imported into any
spreadsheet. The user can construct any graph we may be interested in
whatever color and whatever labels he may desire.

An alternative is to embed some generic graph tool such as gnuplot into

Again, those features should be exported if possible. Not everyone will like gnuplot. Just make it accessible in python and it will be easier to generate in text, comma separated, or what have you.




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