Plotter


What is Plotter?

Plotter is a GTK+ mathematical graph plotting application. It is written entirely in Python, an object orientated interpreted programming language, using the PyGtk bindings and the ROX-Lib library.

Plotter's Features

Features of Plotter include:

Screenshots

Plotter screenshot

Plotter-0.1.0 displaying plots of polar, cartesian and parametric functions


Plotter screenshot

Plotter-0.2.0 showing off its new user interface

Documentation

Plotter comes with comprehensive documentation in HTML format, which is also available
online.

Download

Plotter is available for free download, under the terms of the
GNU General Public License agreement.
plotter-0.2.1 (Sept 2001)
Application Directory tarball: plotter-0.2.1.tar.gz (37 kB)
plotter-0.2.0 (Aug 2001)
Application Directory tarball: plotter-0.2.0.tar.gz (55 kB)
plotter-0.1.0 (May 2000)
Sources and Documentation tarball: plotter-0.1.0.tar.gz (46 kB)
To use Plotter, you need some additional software packages:
  1. Python 1.5.1 or later
    As Plotter is written in Python, you must first have Python installed. Source and binary versions for many systems are available from www.python.org. This version of Plotter requires Python 1.5.1 or later.

  2. PyGtk 0.6.3 or later and GTK+ 1.2.1 or later
    Plotter also requires PyGtk 0.6.3 or later. This is available by ftp. PyGtk is set of Python bindings to the GTK+ widget library. This means that you also need GTK+ 1.2.1 or later installed (available from www.gtk.org).

  3. ROX-Lib 0.1.3 or later: Starting from version 0.2.0, Plotter also uses the ROX-Lib library available here.
Plotter has been designed to work well with the ROX-Filer filing manager. This is a simple and easy to use RISC-OS like graphical file manager for X11, and is also available from rox.sourceforge.net. ROX-Filer is not essential to use Plotter.

History

plotter-0.2.1 (September 2001) plotter-0.2.0 (August 2001) plotter-0.1.0 (May 2000) plotter 0.0.5 (not released) plotter-0.0.1 to 0.0.4 (not released)

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Updated August 2001
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