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Introduction and Scope

KPlotWidget is used for easily creating 2-D plots of data sets, complete with plot axes that include labeled tickmarks and optional axis labels. Data sets can be represented as any combination of: discrete points (using a variety of point shapes), connected line segments (using any QPen), or bar-graph rectangles (using any QPen/QBrush). In addition, any data point can have a label string attached to it.

Here is a simple example showing sine and cosine curves: Kplot.jpg

This example demonstrates most of the commonly-used features of KPlotWidget. It is included in KDE, under kdelibs/kdeui/tests. The first part of this tutorial will explain how to produce this plot using KPlotWidget.

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