Arjen Markus (12 february 2004)
On the basis of the script I presented at A simple slipchart, I have worked out a small library for inclusion in Tklib.
The library provides simple plotting and charting facilities:
The code is a bit large for the Wiki - some 2000 lines including the comments.
RT, 25May2004 - can sombody post the required cvs command to fetch tklib. Tried extending/ substituting into the command shown for tcllib and no luck. Nor does tklib seem to be present in the nightly snaps of tcllib either. :-/
AK: tklib is a module in the tcllib project at SourceForge. This means that the CVS server and CVSROOT to use are the same as for tcllib, just the project name is changed:
cvs -d:pserver:[email protected]:/cvsroot/tcllib co tklib
[NOTE: The above command line may need to be slightly altered - sf.net occasionally changes their naming methods. If the above doesn't work, try tcllib.cvs.sourceforge.net .]
for other modules in the same project. RT - Thanks, I got it.
SEH 30Mar05 -- Is the timechart analogous to a gantt chart? Some screenshots would be fabsolutely abulous.
AM (30 march 2005) - It shares many of the features of a Gantt chart. The only things that seem missing are the typical annotations (start/stop date, arrows to connect the various entries). It should be fairly easy to add those.
Screenshots: well, run the test and watch various charts go by ...
RF 11 abril 2005 Hi. I have been trying to use the options "$anyplot xconfig -option value ..." to configure both the x-axis and the y-axis. I use succsessfully the option 'format' but the other options doesn't work. do you have the same problems? Thanks
AM (15 may 2007) The package is continuously being developed (well, in small fits of activity). The current version includes the following facilities beyond the ones stated above:
See the examples in the Tklib directory.
AM (16 may 2007) Things to come: plots with a proper date/time axis, use of avertical axis on the right. More configuration options. Improved look of the axes.