michael at schmong.org
Thu May 26 22:12:35 BST 2011
Is there a workaround I could do in the meantime? This is what I need
to do. The Y-axis would measure "throughput in Kb/sec".
The X axis would be the average for several different scenarios. I
wanted the label to say "foo bar baz", and then have a
filled in bar to the appropriate height on the Y-axis. I've been
throwing around ideas, like making a template gnuplot script and using
Haskell to munge it as necessary. I've found a Histogram library in
Haskell, but I don't think it's the same thing as what I need.
I'm pretty new to Haskell, but I am going to give contributing to your
library a go. I appreciate the work you've done here and if I can
manage to contribute something useful I'd be happy to.
On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Henning Thielemann
<lemming at henning-thielemann.de> wrote:
> On Thu, 26 May 2011, Michael Litchard wrote:
>> How could I help out with the histogram support implementation? If
>> it's not there I can't use the gnuplot wrapper.
> Please pull the darcs repo from
> add the needed styles to Graphics.Gnuplot.Private.Graph2DType, or even
> better, add a new module with support of the variations and parameters of
> histograms and add a small demo to Demo.hs. Then please send me your changes
> as presented by 'darcs diff --unified'. I will certainly re-arrange things
> until I think they fit and make a darcs patch from them.
> Thank you for your assistance!
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