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    Hey,

    The helpdesk has recently installed (thats what they said) qt, qwt, pyqwt and pq on my linux SUSE 10.1
    I can work fine with qt and py, but how do i work with QWT?
    Does QWT have a user interface? Is it inside of qt?

    After a measurement i obtain data in a long list, i want to plot this data in a 2D graph using qwt. What i dont understand is how qwt works.
    Is there a simple tutorial just illustrating how to use qwt and create a graph, could someone please make one, ive searched everywhere.
    thanks a lot.

    -nitriles-
    Last edited by nitriles; 27th September 2007 at 14:34.

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    Default Re: QWT introduction

    Quote Originally Posted by nitriles View Post
    Does QWT have a user interface? Is it inside of qt?
    Qwt is a library, so if you want to use it, you have to write an application. There is a number of examples available with Qwt --- check them out.

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    Please, don't double-post.

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    Sorry about that, wasnt sure where to post.
    What do you mean writing an application, cant i just use Qt?
    And where can i find those examples?

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    Default Re: QWT introduction

    Like Jacek said, QWT is a library. If you have installed QWT you should have a folder with examples in it. I've used QwtPlot for my real-time graphs.

    Take a look here :

    http://qwt.sourceforge.net/

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