Oxyplot alternatives and similar packages
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7.7 4.9 Oxyplot VS Win2DWin2D is an easy-to-use Windows Runtime API for immediate mode 2D graphics rendering with GPU acceleration. It is available to C#, C++ and VB developers writing apps for the Windows Universal Platform (UWP). It utilizes the power of Direct2D, and integrates seamlessly with XAML and CoreWindow.
A cross-platform .NET Standard wrapper for the Open Asset Importer ("Assimp"). The library enables importing, processing, and exporting of 3D models for rendering in graphics/game applications. Over 40 formats are supported for importing (e.g. OBJ, FBX, GLTF, 3DS, Collada) and a subset of those formats can be exported to (e.g. OBJ, GLTF, 3DS, Collada). Mesh processing features allow for mesh data to be generated or optimized for real-time rendering.
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OxyPlot is a cross-platform plotting library for .NET
- Use the NuGet package manager to add a reference to OxyPlot (see details below if you want to use pre-release packages)
- Add a
PlotViewto your user interface
- Create a
PlotModelin your code
- Bind the
Modelproperty of your
You can find examples in the
/Source/Examples folder in the code repository.
The latest pre-release packages are pushed by AppVeyor CI to myget.org. To install these packages, set the myget.org package source
https://www.myget.org/F/oxyplot and remember the "-pre" flag.
The stable release packages will be pushed to nuget.org. Note that we have have a lot of old (v2015.*) and pre-release packages on this feed, and sometimes these show up even if they are unlisted.
See the wiki for information about the available packages.
See [Contributing](.github/CONTRIBUTING.md) for information about how to contribute!
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Oxyplot README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.