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README
Gonum Plot
gonum/plot
is the new, official fork of code.google.com/p/plotinum.
It provides an API for building and drawing plots in Go.
Note that this new API is still in flux and may change.
See the wiki for some example plots.
For additional Plotters, see the Community Plotters Wiki page.
There is a discussion list on Google Groups: gonumdev@googlegroups.com.
gonum/plot
is split into a few packages:
 The
plot
package provides simple interface for laying out a plot and provides primitives for drawing to it.  The
plotter
package provides a standard set ofPlotter
s which use the primitives provided by theplot
package for drawing lines, scatter plots, box plots, error bars, etc. to a plot. You do not need to use theplotter
package to make use ofgonum/plot
, however: see the wiki for a tutorial on making your own custom plotters.  The
plotutil
package contains a few routines that allow some common plot types to be made very easily. This package is quite new so it is not as well tested as the others and it is bound to change.  The
vg
package provides a generic vector graphics API that sits on top of other vector graphics backends such as a custom EPS backend, draw2d, SVGo, XWindow and gopdf.
Documentation
Documentation is available at:
https://godoc.org/gonum.org/v1/plot
Installation
You can get gonum/plot
using go get:
go get gonum.org/v1/plot/...
If you write a cool plotter that you think others may be interested in using, please post to the list so that we can link to it in the gonum/plot
wiki or possibly integrate it into the plotter
package.