From: David Duffy on 25 Sep 2008 19:03
> I am using Windows XP professional and a free Fortran compiler FORCE
> (2.08 I think it is a front end for the g-77 compiler). I am trying to
> find a simple library of basics graphics routines (xy plots, basic
> symbol plotting etc) for use with this (or any other easy to use
> Fortran compiler). I am not a computer scientist and just want
> something very easy to use without knowledge of c, unix or similar.
I plot to EPS using a fortran version of grapheps
(http://swiss.csail.mit.edu/~jaffer/Docupage/grapheps). The whole thing
is ~450 lines of code, but obviously you'd then need a viewer like
Ghostview or GSview. Does XY plots, histograms, basic symbols.
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From: Michael Prager on 26 Sep 2008 10:24
> If you plot your data directly with Dislin, your little program will
> look like:
> It doesn't look very complicate, or?
Helmut, I agree . . . it looks very easy. Either I have
underestimated what DISLIN can do, or it has improved very much
since I evaluated it >10 yr ago, or both. Very impressive.
Mike Prager, NOAA, Beaufort, NC
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