From: Rolf Camps on 6 Apr 2010 15:23 Hi, What's the easiest way to plot graphs in python 3.x? Ãs there a package? Quality doesn't really matter. Thanks, Rolf
From: Christopher Choi on 6 Apr 2010 15:55 On Tue, 06 Apr 2010 21:23:34 +0200, Rolf Camps wrote: > Hi, > > What's the easiest way to plot graphs in python 3.x? Ís there a package? > Quality doesn't really matter. > > Thanks, > > Rolf > Hi, > > What's the easiest way to plot graphs in python 3.x? Ís there a package? > Quality doesn't really matter. > > Thanks, > > Rolf I would like to think you have done some home work yourself.... but anyways... gnuplot with python seems easy.. http://gnuplotpy.sourceforge.net/doc/ Chris
From: Rolf Camps on 6 Apr 2010 16:52 Op dinsdag 06042010 om 14:55 uur [tijdzone 0500], schreef Christopher Choi: > On Tue, 06 Apr 2010 21:23:34 +0200, Rolf Camps wrote: > > > Hi, > > > > What's the easiest way to plot graphs in python 3.x? Ãs there a package? > > Quality doesn't really matter. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Rolf > > Hi, > > > > What's the easiest way to plot graphs in python 3.x? Ãs there a package? > > Quality doesn't really matter. > > > > Thanks, > > > > Rolf > > I would like to think you have done some home work yourself.... > but anyways... gnuplot with python seems easy. > . > > http://gnuplotpy.sourceforge.net/doc/ It was after the homework I asked my question. All plot solutions i found where for python2.x. gnuplot_py states on its homepage you need a 'working copy of numpy'. I don't think numpy is ported to python 3.x. Or is it? > > Chris
From: eglyph on 7 Apr 2010 04:44 On Apr 6, 11:52 pm, Rolf Camps <rolf_ca...(a)fsfe.org> wrote: > Op dinsdag 06042010 om 14:55 uur [tijdzone 0500], schreef Christopher > Choi: > It was after the homework I asked my question. All plot solutions i > found where for python2.x. gnuplot_py states on its homepage you need a > 'working copy of numpy'. I don't think numpy is ported to python 3.x. Or > is it? Google charts could be quick and dirty solution  http://pygooglechart.slowchop.com/

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