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    Default qtdata.cht missing in the tutorial example Item View Examples -> Chart

    Someone ever tried this example?
    Also, actually I'd like to draw a graph for some data, like the function provided by Excel.
    Someone can give me any hints about which library I should use? Should I use OpenGL?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: qtdata.cht missing in the tutorial example Item View Examples -> Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by dandanch View Post
    Someone ever tried this example?
    Yep. And the qtdata.cht file is there at least for me (Qt 4.2.1)..
    I attached the file shipped along with qt-win-opensource-src-4.2.1.zip.

    Quote Originally Posted by dandanch View Post
    Also, actually I'd like to draw a graph for some data, like the function provided by Excel.
    Someone can give me any hints about which library I should use?
    Sounds like a job for Qwt or wysota's Charts.
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    Default Re: qtdata.cht missing in the tutorial example Item View Examples -> Chart

    Unfortunately Charts are far from being complete (or even mature) But they are closer to what Excell offers than Qwt. If you need something in particular, maybe I can add it quickly.

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