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 Graphics library

I am looking for an elementary graphics library in fortran 77 (
or even FORTRAN IV) for DOS.  Does anybody know if such a library
exist?? Where I can get
it??

Thanks in advance,

Lluis Alseda
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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Graphics library

Quote:

> I am looking for an elementary graphics library in FORTRAN 77 (
> or even FORTRAN IV) for DOS.  Does anybody know if such a library
> exist?? Where I can get
> it??

> Thanks in advance,

> Lluis Alseda
> --


> Departament de Matematiques        Tel:    (34) 93 581 30 71
> Edifici Cc                         Fax:    (34) 93 581 27 90
> Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
> 08193-Cerdanyola del Valles
> Barcelona
> Spain

What do you want to do?

If you want only plot lines or simple 3D-curves you can use gnuplot for
DOS. If you don't find this version on the net, I have a copy of it.
Everythind other I know is depends on your compiler and is restricted to
some compilers.

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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Graphics library


Quote:
>I am looking for an elementary graphics library in FORTRAN 77 (
>or even FORTRAN IV) for DOS.  Does anybody know if such a library
>exist?? Where I can get
>it??

Which compiler ?

Lawson Wakefield
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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Graphics library

Quote:

> I am looking for an elementary graphics library in FORTRAN 77 (
> or even FORTRAN IV) for DOS.  Does anybody know if such a library
> exist?? Where I can get
> it??

> Thanks in advance,

> Lluis Alseda
> --


> Departament de Matematiques        Tel:    (34) 93 581 30 71
> Edifici Cc                         Fax:    (34) 93 581 27 90
> Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
> 08193-Cerdanyola del Valles
> Barcelona
> Spain

The data plotting library DISLIN is available for several C, Fortran 77
and Fortran 90 compilers on MS-DOS, Windows 95/NT, VMS and UNIX
operating systems. DISLIN contains high-level and also some elementary
plotting routines. For MS-DOS,  the Fortran 77 compiler G77/DJGPP v.2 is
supported. The corresponding DISLIN distribution can be used freely.

Software and manuals are available from the DISLIN Home Page

     http://www.linmpi.mpg.de/dislin

and via FTP from the server

     ftp://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/grafik/dislin

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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 Graphics library

Hi Lluis,
        You could try plplot. From the README:
PLplot, a scientific plotting package.
PLplot is relatively small, portable, freely distributable, and is rich
enough to satisfy most users.  It has a wide range of plot types including
line (linear, log), contour, 3D, fill, and almost 1000 characters
(including Greek and mathematical) in its extended font set.  The package
is designed to make it easy to quickly get graphical output; only a
handful of function calls is typically required.  For more advanced use,
virtually all aspects of plotting are configurable.

 The PLplot package is distributable under the terms of the GNU Library
 General Public License (LGPL) with some exceptions
 ....
 PLplot is written in C, enabling it to run on many platforms practically
 without modification.  Fortran programs may use it transparently; stub
 routines are provided to handle the C<->Fortran interface without any
 modification of the user program.
 ....
 At present, PLplot is believed to work on the following systems:

          Unix:   AIX             (IBM)
                  ConvexOS        (Convex)
                  DG/UX           (Data General)
                  HP-UX           (Hewlett-Packard)
                  IRIX            (Silicon Graphics)
                  Linux           (various)
                  OSF/1           (DEC)
                  SunOS           (Sun)
                  Super-UX        (NEC)
                  SysV            (various)
                  Ultrix          (DEC)
                  Unicos          (Cray)

           Amiga/Exec
           MS-DOS
           OS/2
           NeXT
           VMS

Many different output device drivers are available, including postscript,
tektronix, HP laserjet, HP pen plotters, XFig, xterm, X-windows, and a
portable metafile format, among others.  The Tk driver under Unix/X
provides a full user interface based on the plframe plotting widget (see
below).  The Tcl-DP based driver is a variant of the Tk driver that
supports distributed rendering.  The metafile renderer (plrender) supports
all of the standard operations as well as seeking operations (backward,
forward, or to any specified page) when interactively viewing metafile
output.
....
PLplot is available by anonymous ftp from dino.ph.utexas.edu in the
plplot/ directory.

....
Get the latest dated distribution from the /plplot/snapshots directory



|> I am looking for an elementary graphics library in FORTRAN 77 (
|> or even FORTRAN IV) for DOS.  Does anybody know if such a library
|> exist?? Where I can get
|> it??
Cheers,
        Len Makin



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT  
 
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