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How to create graph or graphic in TCL

Posted on 2000-03-20
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I want to create a simple graph or graphic (not to display) in TCL
How can i do that?
Is there a possibility to use GD libraries with TCL
Please help
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Question by:romio
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by:Ted22
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I don't know about TCL, but gnuplot can do almost anything. I have it running
from shell script and making a graph
hourly. It also outputs to gif or png.
It's not to hard to learn, if you want
I could give you some samples. I'm running linux.
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by:romio
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Aim familiar with gnuplot and other good
techniques to create images and graphs
in perl or GD or pnggraph but the goal is
to create graphics or graphs with TCL i
have to do that in TCL
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iraida earned 50 total points
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Hello romio:

There is an Tcl extension named blt 2.4 that includes a Graph Widget with a lot of possibilities for drawing X-Y series and more ... It´s similar to canvas, but adapted to mathematical uses ...
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