Java-based package for publication-quality scientific graphics with cutom-MATLAB class support.
|15 May 2014||Karen||
I recently downloaded the latest version of Waterloo for MATLAB and there appears to be a bug in the library files that was not in the alpha version I was previously using. In my existing code, I used a SplitPlane with a sliding divider. With the new version of Waterloo, an error is generated when you try and move the divider. The same error is generated when running the waterloodemo provided with your code. The error follow:
Error using hg.root/get
Error in MUtil.getPosition (line 730)
Error in MUtil.convertPosition (line 574)
Error in GBasicDivider>MouseDraggedCallback (line 428)
Can you provide a fix for the problem?
|23 Jan 2014||Marc||
|29 Nov 2012||Malcolm Lidierth||
Project Waterloo is a Java-based package for scientific graphics. It follows a modular design and includes:
- base modules written purely in Java so they work on Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
- support for use in third-party packages such as MATLAB, R, and SciLab
- built-in mouse interactivity and mouse-activated GUIs for editing, saving, loading and exporting the graphs.
- export and clipboard support for vector graphics (including SVG, PDF, Postscript and EPS).
Optional modules using the Groovy programming language provide:
- a stand-alone Graph Explorer to view and edit graphs.
- a static library that makes calling the Java packages easier from third-party code.
Waterloo also features MATLAB OOP elements such as tabbed panes, accordions and scroll panes that mix Java and MATLAB allowing richer GUIs to support MATLAB's graphics.