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Gnuplot module

I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
But...

My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
replotting the updated data.

Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
Or is this module just to output to a file?

Thanks for any info

Alessandro Magni
Jul 19 '05 #1
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al****@netscape.net (Alythh) wrote in message news:<6a**************************@posting.google. com>...
I just installed Chart::Graph::Gnuplot, and I'm fairly satisfied.
But...

My wish is to be able to make a gnuplot() call, make it display the
graph, and stay there while other data becomes available... while
replotting the updated data.

Is there a way to communicate between the two processes in this way?
Or is this module just to output to a file?

AFAIK, gnuplot only parse static data and generate the graph, even with
"gnuplot -persist" command. The simplist way to do above is to call
gnuplot every once while and re-plot to the same file.

-yuchung
Jul 19 '05 #2

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