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    Plots, graphics... easy library for newbies?


    Is there an opensource graphics library that would be fairly easy and with an acceptable amount of documentation for a newbie like me?
    I'm just starting a program, and it will be needing lots of plots, curves, bars, etc.
    Any ideas? Maybe you know a good tutorial... I would be thankful!!
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    Hi!

    I do all my graphics stuff with Gnuplot. There's a nice Python-interface. Matplotlib is also nice. The best will be when you look at this site and choose the one you like

    Regards, mawe
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    Thank you, again! That gnuplot demo.py is readable enough for me... I'll check more on it...
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    You may also want to look at Visual Python .
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    Try this link. It describes using pygtk, glade, and matplotlib.

    http://www.serpia.com/page9.php

    cheers
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