Qplotter is a C++ package to produce graphic representation
of physics data (such as histograms, scatter plots or curves) both on the
screen and as PostScript files. The same package could be used to produce
simple 2D drawings (e.g. testbeam setup), but does not provide directly
full 3D features such as those of OpenInventor/OpenGL.
Qplotter is based on the very popular Qt toolkit
and can be freely distributed under the GPL scheme.
Users in the High Energy Physics community can think of Qplotter as a replacement
of packages such as HIGZ and HPLOT , the graphic subsystem of CERNLIB.