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Re: plotting graphs
Daniel J Farrell
Re: plotting graphs
Mon, 27 Nov 2006 01:51:09 +0000
I'm lazily working on a NSView subclass that will do this (screen-
shot: http://www.boyfarrell.com/forums/qdc_plot.tiff). In fact just
today I have complete the methods that calculate tic mark spacing and
positions... Let me know if you want to work together on something.
The code is MESSY I need to re-work the entire thing. May be the
other suggestion will get you results faster.
Aquaterm and gnuplot are a great combination, this is my default of
plotting my science stuff. I never attempted Per's method of getting
embedding aquaterm; went a little over my head!
When I was looking around for a place to start, I found this public
source code (objective-c++; don't really feel at home) for the guys
that made DataTank (MacOS science app). They have released their
'foundation' code, in it is a 'SimplePlotter' example app (screen-
shot here: http://www.boyfarrell.com/forums/simple_plotter.png) source:
On 25 Nov 2006, at 19:01, Matt Rice wrote:
--- tgate <address@hidden> wrote:
Is anyone familiar with a plotting class library
graphs that can be used with gnustep?
I've looked into gnuplot but it seems unlikely to
able to easily
integrate it into a custom NSView.
there is aquaterm which gnuplot already contains
adaptor for, i'll attempt to update and finish
it if you're interested
But can this be used to create an NSView subclass
NSOpenGLView where you could have a GUI object in
your app that
contained the graph?
yes its not quite as straight forward it seems as just
adding in a view, as its mostly based on accepting
plots from D.O.
but heres a thread from their forum explaining how to
go about it..
anyhow, my port isn't currently bug free or fully
functional, so you might be better off using narrative
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