Add Graphs To Your Mac OS X Applications For Free
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December 9, 2003

If you want to add graphs to your Cocoa applications on Mac OS X (Panther)
then check out:

Where there is a Xcode project and Cocoa application source code example
showing how to place graphs, from line graphs to 3D surface graphs, into
your own applications. It is freeware. The download packages explains it

Now, instead of using a graphing, spreadsheet or scripting application, you
can build your own. And, best of all, you are not constrained by a limited
set of algorithms. You can insert your own model or data source into the
Xcode project, rebuild, and off you go automatically generating results.
Whether your data source is a complex nonlinear model, hardware
acquisition, database server or a simple arithmetic expression you are set
to go. Because it uses Apple’s Xcode it can be Applescript driven or
programmed in Objective-C, ANSI-C and C++.

A perfect solution for analysts and scientists because they don’t have to
manually import data to a graphing application and because it is easy to
program and understand. That means less time trying to get data to a form
where it can be understood, and more time understanding results.

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