[Gambas-user] Trying charts - how to do that?

Tim Dickson dickson.tim at googlemail.com
Fri Dec 9 10:56:53 CET 2022

On 09/12/2022 09:00, gian via User wrote:
> Il 09/12/22 09:14, Christof Thalhofer ha scritto:
>> You can do many things with Gnuplot, even interactive or animated 
>> charts, but that's a topic I haven't covered yet. I use only basic 
>> functions of it.
>> This is an impressive website about Gnuplot:
>> http://www.gnuplotting.org/
> As you already know I believe that Gambas should have "everything 
> built in" in a simple and easy way for those who do not have time and 
> ability to use complicated things and have to learn 10 different 
> languages and/or programs.
> With Gambas a craftsman, a professional, a small company is able with 
> little effort to produce software for their own business.
> This is the great merit of Gambas that should never be lost.
> Basically, the slogan could be: Once you learn how to use it you are 
> able to do anything you need for your own business :-)
> I wish you a good day
> Gianluigi
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in other-words, having a component that talks to gnoplot behind the 
scenes, and exposes the presentation options available, and takes the 
data as a property. That way you learn the "gambas" graph component, 
rather than directly learning about gnuplot, it just becomes a 
dependency for that component. the output svg could have it's own 
"image" object, or allow to be written to an image/picture object, or 

that would be nice, but someone has to write it :-)

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