|Re: scientific plots in SWT [message #451779 is a reply to message #451764]
||Wed, 09 March 2005 00:30
| Rohit Colaco
Registered: July 2009
You may want to review the chart library/UI being built in the BIRT
Check it out at:
Source available (under /source) at:
Post your chart specific questions at:
Device-independent chart output (SWT, SWING, Image file formats, etc)
Extensible (add your own chart types)
... and much more
ECE Project Lead
> have you checked out GEF? It may not be specific enough for your needs.
> Graphical Editing Framework (GEF) has been designed to allow editing of user
> data, generally referred to as the model, using graphical rather than
> textual format.
> "Stuart" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> I'm developing an application in SWT that will run on both Linux and Mac
>> that needs to incorporate scientific plots (1d, 2d and possibly 3d in the
>> I've seen certain libraries using Swing such as JFreeChart
>> (http://www.jfree.org/jfreechart) and SGT
>> (http://www.epic.noaa.gov/java/sgt) which provide the type of
>> functionality I need but the problem is running Swing in an SWT
>> application on Mac (bug 67384).
>> Could you tell me if:
>> 1) There are any native SWT libraries which provide similar functionality.
>> 2) Whether there are any work-arounds for the mac-swt-swing problem or if
>> there are any developments in this area.
>> Many thanks,
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