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    Hey ,

    I have designed a network simulator in java, and has number of node objects( as wireless nodes in network) and each node object has its x,y (say nodeobj.x , nodeobj.y) values and a residual energy value ( nodeobj.energy).


    I wana plot those nodes according to their x,y values and dynamically see their energy values changing on a panel or graph .


    Can any one help me out in designing this, your valuable suggestions are highly appreciated .


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    Mmmh... Take a look to JGraph and JGraphT

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