SPUG: Non OO Graphing Modules?

Peter Darley pdarley at kinesis-cem.com
Mon Apr 5 14:23:52 CDT 2004

	I've had great luck with GD::Graph.  It's OO, but is simple enough that a
wrapper would be easy to write.
Peter Darley

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Subject: SPUG: Non OO Graphing Modules?

For the benefit of my beginning Perl students this week, who
won't be learning OO perl anytime soon, I've been asked to
recommend a simple 2D graphing module. Searching CPAN, I found
PGPLOT, which is non-OO (at least on the program-interface side),
but it (yuck!) needs a *Fortran compiler* to install.

Anybody have other recommendations?

I'm willing to write a non-OO wrapper around a module if I

have to, but I don't want to reinvent existing wheels.

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