PyX is extremely flexible and well designed, see the documentation (pdf and FAQ).
However, for slightly more complicated graphs the code can become very extensive. PyXgraph tries to address this problem by setting up some routines to make plotting simpler.
- documentation needs to be written
- not everything is implemented yet
- addition of new features etc. is very welcome
- the file TODO contains a list of things which should be done. In addition many FIXMEs are scattered throughout the code...
These are the places where your contributions are needed!!
Just set your
(You can put the above line into your
Note that the examples work without this.
So far none.
Study the examples in the
Overview of all examples
are installed, on Linux just do:
cd examples python make_html.py
and point your web-browser at the resulting
Notes on Installing PyX
Get the latest release (currently 0.10) from http://pyx.sourceforge.net/ (or from your linux distribution).
- Installation from source:
- cd /tmp tar xzf PyX-0.10.tar.gz cd PyX-0.10 # Instalation instructions: more INSTALL # edit setup.cfg accordingly (optional!): # build_t1code=1 # build_pykpathsea=1 # install the dev package for libkpathsea (on debian ;-) aptitude install libkpathsea-dev xemacs setup.cfg & export PYXDIR=$HOME/Python/Modules python setup.py install --prefix=$PYXDIR