wxPython plotting widgets using matplotlib
WXMPlot provides advanced wxPython widgets for plotting and image display of numerical data based on matplotlib. While matplotlib provides excellent general purpose plotting functionality and supports many GUI and non-GUI backends it does not have a very tight integration with any particular GUI toolkit. With a large number of plotting components and options, it is not easy for programmers to select plotting options for every stuation and not easy for end users to manipulate matplotlib plots. Similarly, while wxPython has some plotting functionality, it has nothing as good or complete as matplotlib. The WXMPlot package attempts to bridge that gap. With the plotting and image display Panels and Frames from WXMPlot, programmers are able to provide plotting widgets that make it easy for end users to customize plots and interact with their data.
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