Thanks a lot Chris and Josef I was missing the inline("atom") I hope GR helps me on plotting faster than PyPlot.
thanks, On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 6:22:51 AM UTC-7, Josef Heinen wrote: > > You should probably test (plain) GR first: > > using GR > inline("atom") > histogram(randn(10000)) > > > Did you checkout GR master and download the latest run-time? > > Pkg.checkout("GR") > ENV["GRDIR"]="" > Pkg.build("GR") > > > On Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 6:45:07 PM UTC+2, missp...@gmail.com wrote: >> >> Hi folks, >> >> I don't seem to be able to have the display of a graph in GR. I'm calling >> the instructions using Atom. >> >> could someone post a Hello World example? >> >> thanks, >> >> On Thursday, March 10, 2016 at 5:11:57 AM UTC-8, Daniel Carrera wrote: >>> >>> Hello, >>> >>> Does anyone know the status of Plots.jl? It seems to have come a long >>> way. At least the documentation makes it look pretty complete: >>> >>> http://plots.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ >>> >>> I'm looking at the backends. Does anyone know what "Gr", "Qwt", and >>> "unicodeplots" are? Apparently support for Winston was dropped? >>> >>> https://github.com/tbreloff/Plots.jl/issues/152 >>> >>> I don't use Winston, but I'm curious to know what happened. Was Winston >>> hard to support? >>> >>> I am currently using PyPlot because I need the maturity of Matplotlib, >>> but I am happy to see all the effort that's going into making a native >>> plotting library for Julia. >>> >>> Cheers, >>> Daniel. >>> >>