In article <lgv3g.1444$xX5.1193 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net>,
"Andrew Koenig" wrote:
This may be a foolish question, but what's the most straightforward way to
plot a bunch of data in Python?

That is, I want to write a program that does some number crunching, and then
I want to change some parameters and watch how the changes affect the
results. I could produce a file to hand to gnuplot, but that's a bit of a
pain; so I'm wondering if there is a widely used package to which I can give
my x-y pairs and have it produce a graph for me with axes, scaling, etc.
I second all other recommendations on matplotlib.

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