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From: Matt Doyle (mdoyle_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-03 13:53:57

> [mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Jake Voytko
> The C++/STL library does not provide a quick and easy way for a
> visualization of numerical data to occur, and neither does Boost. I
> propose writing a minimal SVG class that can write in the SVG
> (Scalable Vector Graphics) format along with helper functions to help
> users visualize data stored in arrays as well as common STL
> containers. There will also be a subclass, svg_graph, that acts as a
> user interface for the graph data. The user will be able to customize
> how they would like the graph to be styled, and the data to be
> displayed. Since the SVG format is recognized by all major browsers,
> these could easily be incorporated with Boost documentation in place
> of .jpg or .gif files.

Hi Jake,

That sounds really cool, in fact we could put something like that to use
now. Are you just brain storming or have you begun work on something

Regards, Matt

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