[Kst] [Bug 86939] "Curve" terminology for equations, histograms, and power spectra

Barth Netterfield netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Wed Aug 11 19:00:05 CEST 2004

From the point of view of plots, they are curves.  Lets not spend any more 
time on labels until we have decided on and implemented any class re-work.  
The changes that have been made are fine though.

On August 11, 2004 12:48 pm, Rick Chern wrote:
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> ------- Additional Comments From rchern interchange ubc ca  2004-08-11
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> George Staikos wrote:
> >  But they are curves.  The real fix is to make them no longer be
> > curves... Then the curve terminology will disappear.
> The confusing part I think, is that equations, histograms, etc. are not
> curves (the data type) because they don't necessarily have everything
> that a curve (data type) has (they don't all use two vectors, or have
> x/y error bars).  But equations, histograms, etc. are curves (things
> with lines and points that can be plotted).  Perhaps alternatively the
> curve data type could be renamed (maybe to Function, or X-Y Map...)
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