[Kst] [Bug 66138] New: kst should have have a "time vector" which
is a unix-type time,
which displays in a human readable format
matt at truch.net
Fri Oct 17 00:13:47 CEST 2003
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Summary: kst should have have a "time vector" which is a unix-
type time, which displays in a human readable format
Platform: Unlisted Binaries
AssignedTo: kst at kde.org
ReportedBy: matt at truch.net
Version: 0.92 (using KDE KDE 3.1)
Installed from: Unspecified Linux
Often one plots data as a function of time, and often this time is a vector which contains seconds since some time epoch (often the UNIX epoch). It would be very useful to have a time vector type which displays the time in a human readable format (ie 13:32:12 or 2003-10-03 21:34:53). It should only display the minimum time info required at each tick mark to be un-ambiguous.
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