GLE is a graphics language that produces PostScript, EPS, PDF, PNG,
or JPG ouput from a simple script file.
GLE is a full featured scripting language that includes variables,
subroutines, logic control, looping, a graphing tool, and more
to produce high quality output. It has a full range of facilities
for producing publication-quality graphs, diagrams, posters and slides.
GLE provides LaTeX quality fonts together with a flexible graphics
module, which allows the user to specify any feature of a graph
(down to the line width of the subticks, for example).
This module draws Graphics::Primitive objects using Cairo.
Graphics color is a device and library agnostic system for creating and
manipulating colors in various color spaces.
Graphics::GnuplotIF is a simple and easy to use dynamic Perl interface
to gnuplot. gnuplot is a freely available, command-driven graphical
display tool for Unix.
Graphics::Primitive is library agnostic system for drawing things.
The idea is to allow you to create and manipulate graphical components and
then pass them off to a Driver for actual drawing.
This module provides an interface to retrieve the RGB values for
common color names. This prevents authors from having to redefine
these colors in their perl script, and also makes an easy interface
to let a user pick their own color.
p5-Bio-Graphics is a simple GD-based renderer (diagram drawer)
for DNA and protein sequences.
WWW color names and equivalent RGB values. This modules defines color names
and their associated RGB values from various WWW specifications and
This is a toolkit for rendering plain text via an API like that used for
graphics rendering in GUI toolkits. This package might be used when you
want to do sophisticated rendering of plain text, e.g., for graphing,
creating of complex forms for email and fax, and so on.
Kipi (KDE Image Plugin Interface) is an effort to develop a common
plugin structure for Digikam, KimDaBa, Showimg and Gwenview. Its
aim is to share image plugins among graphic applications.