JavaPlot is a library that can be used as a way to create gnuplot plots on the fly through pure Java commands. In contrast with other common gnuplot Java libraries, it uses Java structures to store the various plot parameters, including datasets. Moreover, it is flexible enough to give special parameters to gnuplot, even if the library does not yet support it. It uses Java's Exceptions to inform the user if something went wrong.
|Tags||Scientific/Engineering Visualization Software Development Libraries Java Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Uses temporary files instead of pipes; improves compatibility with Windows.
Release Notes: Basic support for Graph3D (splot) was added. An implementation of user-defined terminals was created.
Release Notes: Support for various data formats, e.g. date formats. Better plot layout support.
Release Notes: This release adds support for multiplots.
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