Windows only : another simple tool for cartesian plots

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marpon
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Windows only : another simple tool for cartesian plots

Postby marpon » Jun 08, 2019 12:09

I have seen on other topics plot interrest for gnuplot , dislin ...

here is an other very simple one only for Windows(sorry)
done by John Kopplin, http://www.computersciencelab.com

it is possible to use it by calling the executable graphit.exe and then sending keys to it to open prepared graph files
and after can modify the graph with interactive features...

I've done an example , can be found here
https://github.com/marpon/FB_cGraph
jj2007
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Re: Windows only : another simple tool for cartesian plots

Postby jj2007 » Jun 10, 2019 0:18

I am also working on such stuff, see here. It seems that anti-aliasing is off with your plots, is that intentional?
marpon
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Re: Windows only : another simple tool for cartesian plots

Postby marpon » Jun 10, 2019 8:31

@jj2007
in fact, the screenshots are not reel ones, there are gif outputs created from graphit.exe.

As i've said, i'm not the author of that tool, it's John Kopplin, http://www.computersciencelab.com

I've no idea how he has done.

I've already contacted him, to propose some adaptations, participation to improve that tool, until now no answer.


Thanks to your link, i've seen your samples, very nice, but as you only provide an exe, no real interrest for me.
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Re: Windows only : another simple tool for cartesian plots

Postby jj2007 » Jun 10, 2019 11:55

marpon wrote:very nice, but as you only provide an exe, no real interest for me.
The source is MasmBasic and still very confused. Perhaps when it is ready I could create a static lib to make the code accessible for FreeBasic (Win32 only, it's Gdi+).

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