Rt-Tools2D
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Rt-Tools2Dis a compilation of components for generating Cartesian X/Y-plots from scientific and financial data. It is available as VCL component package for Borland and CodeGear Delphi and C++ compilers and as .net Assembly for the Winforms framework of Microsoft® Visual Studio®.
It supports a large variety of axis scaling types, series, calculated line legends, movable markers, etc., and thus gives you a tool for generating scientific and financial graphing programs easily, while retaining numerous options for tailoring the end product to the requirements of you and your customers.

Features
  • Plots as easy as creating arrays

  • Fully working program within a few minutes see example(with Visual Studio, CodeGear VCL)

  • From online data acquisition graphing to stock charting applications

  • Unlimited number of secondary axis

  • Lines, point symbols, error indicators, arrows, bars, bubbles, OHLC (western plot), candle stick

  • Linear and non linear regression, interpolation, differential, integral

  • Auto updating, auto scaling, auto zooming

  • Legends, movable markers, automatic calculation results in labels

  • Editors with enhanced options, color and style selectors with unique PropertyLinks

    • Set properties without writing a line of code (VCL Version only)

Gallery


Pie Chart


Point Symbols, Interpolation, Differential, Integral, Legend, secondary Axis


Bars with captions


Candle Sticks, Date&Time Scaling
Moving Average


Transparency supported (Alpa RGB Colors)


Gas Chromatography Example
Seconds Scaling for Time


Origin at (0, 0), Axes with arrow ends

Axis Options

Ticks Direction

Twisted



 

Date&Time

Seconds

Log

EE

Rubrics


Editable Markers with hovering Grips


Download Trial Version

More Information see  PDF-Manual(Visual Studio Version 3.46MB).
PDF-Manual
(VCL Version 3.26MB).
 

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