From: Bruce Sherwood <bas@an...> - 2000-10-11 03:21:32
I draw your attention to a newer update zip file at
which contains an improved graph.py (which goes in the Python\visual folder
and is invoked by from visual.graph import *; see the Visual reference
manual). The improvement is to manage better the margin around the graph,
so that no data is plotted outside the window.
From: Bruce Sherwood <bas@an...> - 2001-01-16 03:02:11
At http://cil.andrew.cmu.edu/projects/visual (and at sourceforge.net in the
visualpython project) there is a new version of Python20/visual/graph.py.
One of the ways to pick it up is the zip file for Visual on the Windows
The change is to put gcurve and gdots slightly in front of the axes, to
make visible a function that happens to be zero.
From: Bruce Sherwood <bas@an...> - 2001-01-17 02:59:15
There is a new graph.py on sourceforge.net and in the VPython and Visual
downloads on the Windows download page of the VPython web site.
This is relevant to those running Visual on Linux, using a version of
Python earlier than 2.0. The new graph.py eliminates a minor use of some
syntax that is specific to Python 2.0.
From: Bruce Sherwood <bas@an...> - 2001-02-21 02:07:13
At http://cil.andrew.cmu.edu/projects/visual in the Windows download
section there is a new Visual zip file (for the visual folder in the Python
suite), containing a significantly improved graph.py. It handles the
borders of the screen better. And it fixes a bug that led to a black screen
on the first plot of a ghistrogram.
A colleague commented today about not knowing about the histogram
capability of graph.py (from visual.graph import *), so I'll advertise it.
If you have a list of data, you can in one statement plot a binned sorted
histogram of that data. For details see the online help, in the graphing
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