Some time ago there was a posting on this list about how to use the DISLIN
plotting and visualization library smoothly together with wxPython. I had a
look at DISLIN, and was impressed by the features is had, but I wasn't very
happy about it's 6-letter Fortran-like function-calls which are necessary to
interact with DISLIN.
Well, a few days ago Paul Magwene announced his new object-oriented wrapper
around the DISLIN plotting library, named pxDislin. With these wrapper
classes, one gets the full power of DISLIN combined with a very nice way to
interact with it. Everybody who uses DISLIN and Python should consider using
these wrapper classes.
Below there is a simple program which demonstrates the use of pxDislin drawing
in a wxFrame.