DataViews includes both a graphic editor and a set of graphics libraries, which ultimately are integrated into a target language (such as C or Visual Basic). By allowing DataViews to handle the graphics creation, you can focus on programming the core application. Since DataViews integrates into application code, it can support a wide variety of OS platforms, including Unix, Linux & Windows.
DV-Draw is a menu-driven software tool that lets you create complete graphic interfaces, from designing your screens to defining user interaction.
This multipurpose interactive editor integrates a wide range of editing options such as editing of geometry, data sources, graphs, dynamics, input objects, and prototypes. Some OEMs have extended DV-Draw, e.g. RTdraw.
DV-Tools is a library of graphics routines, written in C, that works in conjunction with the DV-Draw editor. The routines range from low-level drawing functions to utilities that manipulate complex dynamic views. With DV-Tools subroutines, you can integrate DV-Draw views into graphical user interfaces for a wide range of applications.
DataViews, the worldwide de-fact-standard in dynamic data visualization has been superseded by GIPSY®, PRS' state-of-the art visualization suite.