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Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 28 Sep 2011 17:33:05 -0400
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I only do processing a little bit here and there, so I'm not the one to do this: it's gotta be someone else's project.  But if someone were to add this, what I'd do is add it as an inspector with an option to make it a display, like the charting facility does (I'd start with an inspector).  If you want to go after this but need pointers to how to do this, let me know.  [btw, the manual's got some stuff now on this too, at least I *think* I wrote that...]


On Sep 28, 2011, at 3:37 PM, Vlasios Voudouris wrote:

> Hi Sean,
> I have not tried it yet but I think that you can just import processing as a usual jar file. (I am also look at Improvise as well - ).
> One of the problem that I face when I run ACEGES tool is that I need an interactive way not just to see a time series data graphic but to be able to pause the simulations and 'explore interactively' the results of the global oil and gas market + individual countries + individual wells.
> What i am trying to say to understand the dynamics of 'certain' simulations an exploratory visualisation based on multiple coordinated views packages will be highly important to understand the dynamics of the model. This might be useful also during the 'validation' stage of the development phase.
> At the moment I save the results in csv and then I use R to do what I need to do. But I thought that a visualisation plug in in MASON will be very helpful.
> Vlasios
> On 28 Sep 2011, at 19:39, Sean Luke wrote:
>> Vlasios, Processing would be interesting to output to, but it doesn't strike me as a replacement for JFreeChart. And Processing is (to my knowledge) not a library facility -- it expects to be in charge rather than to be a subsidiary to an outer system. It's really its own programming language. I don't know if it does a good job interoperating with outer systems using it as a plug-in facility essentially. Did you have something in mind in particular?
>> Sean
>> On Sep 28, 2011, at 7:27 AM, Vlasios Voudouris wrote:
>>> Hi Sean,
>>> Have you given any thought introducing "Processing' ( ) in MASON's gui packages (in replacement of or in addition to JFreeChart)?
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