2015-02-08 Thread Johannes Deutsch
On Fri, 06 Feb 2015 16:24:39 -0600
zeta wrote:

 Hi there
 I am new on the community, I am a bachelor student at BUAP, I love
 gome since I meet it, and know I want to contribute in something, I
 was writing an application with gtk and when I want to create some
 cool charts I see that there isn't a library for do it, or I don't
 find one that has native integration with gtk, so I decide to write
 one, but first I want to know If anyone is doing one, or if someone
 can guide me where to start, I think that I should do with the gtk
 draw area widget and cairo, but I'm not sure.

I can suggest gtkdatabox [1].


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Re: Plotting library for GTK+

2014-12-08 Thread Johannes Deutsch

On 02 Dec 2014 17:09 wrote:

 On 2 December 2014 at 16:17, Sergei Naumov wrote:
  I think this question was asked many times but googling gives a
  rather patchy answer to it. So, I am writing a piece of C code that
  acquires some data from hardware controllers and it also has to
  plot a few simple graphs and histograms out of them. What is a
  canonical tool for such a purpose?
 I use goffice for this kind of thing. It's the plot library from
 gnumeric, so any plot you can make in gnumeric, you can make with

Do you know if it's safe to consider goffice for applications based
on gtk3 that should run on win32 and linux?

 It's fast and beautiful enough, for me anyway.
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