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    Default drawing math charts

    Hi, I'am wondering wich class or generally tool should i use to have some kind of mathematic function chart with X,Y axies . It can be done by point-by-point from some kind data resource, for eg. a file with numbers. I guess i'm not the first one who has this question, but i cannot find anything usefull, so do you maybe know ?

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    Default Re: drawing math charts

    I think it is safe to say that Qwt is de facto THE tool.
    Try it out.
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    Default Re: drawing math charts

    i really cant figure out how to connect those 2 things, qt4 with qwt. I see many examples, but how to complie and launch it?

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    Default Re: drawing math charts

    amm... did you do whats in the INSTALL file?
    If so, could you explain where you got a problem?
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