This repository contains toy ImPlot applications that demonstrate some of the library's functionality. The demos here are more sophisticated than those provided in
implot_demo.h, and may rely on third-party libraries that would otherwise clutter ImPlot's main repository. Use these examples as a starting point for your application and to familiarize yourself with ImPlot, but do not assume all code (e.g. signal processing algorithms) to be perfectly correct or optimal.
- C++17 compiler
mkdir root cd root git clone https://github.com/epezent/implot_demos git clone https://github.com/epezent/implot git clone https://github.com/ocornut/imgui
- Build with CMake, e.g.:
cd implot_demos mkdir build cd build cmake .. cmake --build . --config Release
||Main demo. Displays the ImPlot (and ImGui) library supplied demo windows.|
||Simple filter toy for educational purposes. Displays time domain input/output signals, and the frequency domain transfer function, amplitude spectrum, etc.|
||Realtime audio spectrogram and visualizer with device playback. Pass in an audio file at the command line:
Have you created something awesome with ImPlot? If so, please consider submitting a PR with a minimal working example of your application as a demo. Use the following guidelines:
- Modify your ImPlot/ImGui code so that it subclasses
common/App.h(see any existing demos).
- Try to contain your demo to a single file located in
- Indicate your authorship and any helpful documentation at the top of your demo source file.
- Add dependencies with CMake
FetchContent(preferred), git submodules, or manually to the
3rdparty/folder (include the license).
- If your demo requires resources (audio, images, etc.), add them to the
resources/folder. Keep it simple!
- Screenshots and/or GIFs with your PR are helpful.