用於的結合互動和 GUI 功能的 GINOMENU 可以為您的要求苛刻的資料驅動需要產生一個強大的應用程式。
GINOGRAF is a set of functions
for displaying 2D numerical data in a range of graphical forms and
to enhance users data display needs with the minimum of programming
Extruded Bar charts, pie charts, X-Y graphs, vector diagrams,
histograms, step, area, text and polar charts can all be generated
from a single call. Alternatively, a whole host of composite
routines are available which offer further control of position,
scaling and labelling of axes, line styles and symbol types, curve
fitting characteristics, colour and solid fill capabilities, linear
and logarithmic scales and titling.
Used in conjunction with the interactive and GUI features of
GINOMENU can produce a powerful application for your demanding
Simple 2D line graphs can be produced very quickly with very few
function calls. However the power of GINO is demonstrated by using
the low-level functions giving control over every aspect of the
graph. Curve types, Line styles, axes annotation, labelling, titling
and font-control can all be adjusted to suit the exact requirements
for a professionally produced document.
Colour Filled Line Graphs
Used in conjunction with GINO functions for colour, filling,
masking, thick-lines, circles and arrows, a simple line graph
quickly becomes easier to read and gives a more professional
Various forms of histograms can be produced including
single-line, filled, multi-filled (as shown), stacked and block
filled. The histograms can be annotated with their value or
user-defined strings and the usual control is available for the
axes, annotation, labelling and titling.
Various forms of bar-charts can be produced including outline,
filled (shown) and block filled. The charts can be annotated with
start, finish or length values or user-defined strings can be added
anywhere on the chart.
A Vector diagram is a form of chart containing vectors or
scalars representing a grid of directions, strengths and colours
providing a means of displaying five sets of information on one
chart. Vectors are drawn as arrows which can have an open, closed or
Various forms of pie charts can be produced either empty,
hatched or filled. Segments can be exploded (shifted away from the
centre) to emphasise certain data sets and labelling of segments can
be radial (along the angle), internal (either with or without a mask
box) and external.
Annotation can have automatic prefixes and suffixes applied and a
key or legend can be generated if required.
Polar charts can be represented in various ways including
curves, straight lines, symbols or filled areas. Control is given
over the radial and theta axes as to whether they are drawn, the
type of annotation and the type of tick marks.
Data Set Filling
The area under a line or curve can be filled either to a
baseline or to another data set line to provide a dramatic visual
effect. In this example, the whole picture has been given a
graduated background fill and then the graph dataset has been filled
underneath back to black.
Used in conjunction with the available GUI controls from
GINOMENU, Large datasets or realtime data can easily be handled by
using play, rewind and fast-forward type buttons. The graph can be
updated instantaneously giving immediate visual results of any part
of the data.
Any line, curve or symbol graph can be drawn with a graduated
colour along the X or Y axis to enhance the change of value. An
optional colour bar can also be provided to act as a key or legend.
Export plots to DXF, WMF, CGM, BMP, JPG, PNG and Postsript
Print to any Windows printer or plotter
Combine any number and any type of plot on a single page
Full screen cursor or mouse interaction for data and point enquiry
Define custom line styles and colors
Add Text anywhere on the plot using TrueType fonts
Include superscripts, subscripts and Greek or other characters in
Multiple scales on same axis
Assign segment IDs to chart components for grouping, selecting,
picking and enquiring
Scientific, Power, Date, Logarithmic annotation styles