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Graph 2D figures

Generate inline plots of a function given the range. This feature would ideally work in the same way as the map() function.

x = 0:3
y(x) = x^2
plot(y,x) => #Graph

A no-frills visual representation of a vector as points on a line is infinitely useful and would introduce a new dimension to Calca for normal users. For power users, a graphing feature also makes it easier to generate quick reports without moving to another software like MATLAB for generating figures.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        this is an amazing thought, no doubts !!!

      • Nicolas commented  · 

        It should also work for timeseries, for example interest rate or mortgage projection. Ideally it should be possible to compare multiple timeseries on the same graph to compare them.
        A source of inspiration might be ipython, just less technical to use

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