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Dataset Viewer is a graphical tool for exploring Scientific DataSets.

The executable file is DataSetViewer.exe. It is installed in %PROGRAM FILES%/Microsoft Research/Scientific DataSet 1.2. This folder is added to the PATH environment variable so you can type "DataSetViewer <file-to-view>" from any folder. The installer associates DataSetViewer.exe with .nc files.

DataSet Viewer application screenshots:
[image:DataSet Viewer application screenshots|DataSetViewer.jpg]

You can use the DataSet Viewer control programmatically in your application. To do this you need to reference DataSet Viewer assemblies from your project. Information about all DataSet Viewer assemblies is summarized below.

Assembly Description
DataSetViewerCore Core classes for DataSet Viewer. It should be referenced by any program that uses DataSet Viewer controls.
DataSetViewerControls Main controls for data display: DataSetDataView, DataSetPanel, and DataSetViewerControl.
TableView Controls for displaying 1D and 2D tables.
DynamicDataDisplayViews Control for plotting line graphs, marker graphs, color maps, isolines. This assembly is based on the Dynamic Data Display visualization library.
DynamicDataDisplay Special version of Dynamic Data Display visualization library.
DynamicDataDisplay.Markers Classes for rendering various markers.
DynamicDataDisplay.Maps Classes for rendering maps in background.
DynamicDataDisplay.Maps.Extra Additional classes for rendering maps.

DataSet Viewer control provides a user interface for selecting desired visualization. Alternatively, you can describe the preferred visualization method in the form of Visual hints in DataSet attributes or programmatically in the code of your program.

Several Visualization tutorials on using DataSet Viewer controls programmatically are available.

Last edited Jun 26, 2010 at 10:12 AM by dvoits, version 14


ahrensd Feb 9, 2011 at 12:58 AM 
Is it possible to get the source code for this application, as this would give a good insight into how to use both the SDS and DDD libraries.