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Graphical Representations of Data = Graphical Representations of Data =
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Image Processing and Analysis == Image Processing and Analysis ==
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== Also of Note ==

     * Janko Hauser maintains a list similar to this one of [http://starship.python.net/crew/jhauser/plot-res.html "Plotting with Python"]
     tools, from which much of the above was stolen (with permission).
     * There is an interface to the OpenGL library called [http://starship.python.net/~da/PyOpenGL/ PyOpenGL] that can be
     used to write sophisticated visualization tools from scratch.
     * The [http://fxpy.sourceforge.net/ FXPy] bindings to [http://www.cfdrc.com/FOX/fox.html the FOX GUI library] support OpenGL, so might be a good
     starting point for new applications.

Graphical Representations of Data

  • The problem of how to display data in graphs and other visual representations is one of the most difficult ones, because of the wide variety of requirements from each user. As a result, no one solution has emerged, but many different packages are available. There are interfaces to existing plotting libraries, as well as Python-centered solutions.

Image Processing and Analysis

Plotting Tools

Also of Note

NumericAndScientific/Plotting (last edited 2016-08-16 22:37:55 by BryanVandeven)

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