Graph Types

CPlot supports two major types of charts. These are image plots, and X-Y plots. Examples of these charts are shown below.

Image charts

Image charts plot two-dimensional data (an X by Y array) on the screen using color tables in order to define how the colors are displayed. CPlot comes with a variety of color tables. The one shown in the image below is the Rainbow color table.

Features of image charts

XY charts

XY Charts plot X vs. Y data (a series of independent variables plotted against a series of dependent variables.) These charts can handle up to 10 data sets simultaneously, and support a variety of plotting types, marker types (and frequencies) and line widths, independent for each data set. The chart below shows examples of two chart types.

Features of XY charts