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    From Matrices to Graphics

    Hi there,

    I would like to produce a graphic from the contents of a matrix, specifically, a grid where the colour of each cell represents the value of the corresponding matrix element. Are there any simple ways of achieving this in C++, or would I be better off outputting the data and creating the graphics elsewhere?

    Thanks!

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    if it is a monotone picture then I would probably use quad-trees...they are a very handy data structure.

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