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11.05.2005: "NPlot Graphing Library"

Among other things I have started looking into the NPlot graphing library. There seems to be a steep learning curve, trying to use the DLL and the functions as intended. I am still trying to figure out what sort of initializations are mandatory, and what provide added features. Documentation available for it is rather sketchy, the examples packaged with the library are too robust so it is hard to glean basic information from it. I noticed that the incode documentation was prepared in a way that Doxygen could extract most of the functional information. I generated the documentation using Doxygen, and after some tweaking it is finally useful.
I am busy learning the quirks of C# and getting the NPlot library to work (or do anything!).

EDIT: I found online documentation for the NPlot API.