|Oct 16, 2010, 12:00 PM||#1|
Need a recommendation for a gui.
I have a Perl script that plots data using gnuplot. I declare variables at the top of my script and this feeds into a template for gnuplot. I'm looking to create a gui interface where management types can select the variables they want. So basically, I am looking for something simple to graphically select the variables the user wants and feed it into my Perl script. I've never built a gui before and I am looking for some recommendations. I will need this to be portable to Windows. I've looked at Qt, but I'm thinking that it might be overkill.
Thanks in advance.
|Oct 16, 2010, 02:14 PM||#2|
What kind of plots? How much data? Why do you think Qt is overkill?
If it has to be portable to Windows, your options are more limited. There's Tcl/Tk, Qt, etc.
Or you could rewrite your Perl code as Python or Java or something else with direct GUI capabilities.
You could also write a web page, generate plots with Google Charts (asssuming the data is small enough and the plots are in its repertoire), and then deploy it as a web app.
Without knowing how much data, how it's retrieved, and what kind of plots, it's difficult to be more specific.
|Oct 16, 2010, 04:31 PM||#3|
The data is simple two column data and I will be doing x,y plots. Maybe Qt isn't overkill but maybe overwhelming to a novice. I'll see if I can find a good tutorial. Thanks for the links, I will check them out.
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