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I have a lot of data that I am going to plot and put on a web server.
Since there is a lot of it, I was planning to script it all using
python. I have looked around and it seems to me that dislin is good
for doing the plots. However, I cannot seem to find the file/package/??
that I need to do the following statement:

from dislin import *

which the dislin python manual describes.

Does anybody have any tips on where I can get what I need to do this?
I have already installed dislin itself.

Karin
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Karin Lagesen,
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Jul 18 '05 #1
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On Mon, Dec 15, 2003 at 10:03:18AM +0000, Karin Lagesen wrote:
I have a lot of data that I am going to plot and put on a web server.
Since there is a lot of it, I was planning to script it all using
python. I have looked around and it seems to me that dislin is good
for doing the plots. However, I cannot seem to find the file/package/??
that I need to do the following statement:

from dislin import *

which the dislin python manual describes.

Does anybody have any tips on where I can get what I need to do this?
I have already installed dislin itself.


http://www.newfreeware.com/development/195/

Jp

Jul 18 '05 #2

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