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A GTK+ widget to display large amounts of numerical data with curves.

The GtkDatabox widget (for use with the GTK+ widget set) is used to display large amounts of numerical data in graphical representation. Several sets of data may be shown at one time. You may zoom in and out and navigate via scrollbars. The display of data is rather fast, so you can use the widget for quickly changing data (i.e. an oscilloscope for example) as well. The widget has already been adapted to several scientific projects around the world.

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3 August 2006

Leaders and contributors

Felipe Castro Contributor
Roland Bock Author
Brent Baccala Maintainer

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Bug Tracking,Developer,Help,Support

Software prerequisites

Source requirementGtk+-3.4.0

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 18 April 2021.


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