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JakubKarasek

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10-27-2016 07:01 AM

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Bob_Schor

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10-27-2016 10:31 AM

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I'm not sure I understand your question, but I wonder if part of the problem is knowing the difference between a __chart__, which is a "moving" form of plotting where new data points are added and the image continually updates, showing the new data and (potentially) discarding some of the older data, and a __graph__, a "static" plot of an existing set of data.

You __can__ make a graph "evolve" so that it resembled a Chart, particularly if the data are being added at a fairly slow rate (like a few points/second), but it involves continually replotting the same (fixed) array of data, changing the __array__, over and over again. [I've actually used this to make some very interesting and flexible "moving graphs"].

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KyuubiKarasek

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10-30-2016 07:42 AM

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