## Description

Given two `Numeric`

vectors, make a simple
x-y line plot.

## Sample Data

Say we have the following data (points along a sine curve):

```
import Numeric as N
```

x = N.arange(17)*N.pi/8.

y = N.sin(x)

## Plotting

The x-y plot then is:

```
import vcs
```

v = vcs.init()

v.xvsy(x, y, 'default', 'default', name='Sine Curve')

The two `'default'`

arguments refer to the
graphics method
and template
that are used.
The keyword `name`

gives the title of the plot.

Some bad news: Even a slightly more complex line plot (say, one
that includes axis titles) is a lot more work.
You can see this in this
complex line
plot example.

## Full Source Code For Example

Notes: This discussion applies to CDAT 3.3.