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Creates a new graph curve model.

Creates new graph curve model object that has the same settings as
Curve data are not duplicated.

Sets graph curve model data from a data line. The range of import can be modified using parameters
If there were calibration data in the former

Ensures curve model data points are ordered by abscissa in ascending order. The function reorders the data points currently present in the model.
It does not prevent functions such as The "datachanged" signal is emitted if the data order actually changes. Since: 2.45 
Checks if a curve model data points are ordered by abscissa in ascending order. If the curve model has less than two points it is considered ordered by abscissa. Two points with the same abscissa are considered correctly ordered in both orders. See
Since: 2.46 
Gets the number of points in a graph curve model.

Gets the abscissa range of a graph curve. The values are cached in the curve model therefore repeated calls to this function (with unchanged data) are cheap. If there are no data points in the curve, See also

Gets the ordinate range of a graph curve. The values are cached in the curve model therefore repeated calls to this function (with unchanged data) are cheap. If there are no data points in the curve, See also

Gets the logscale suitable range minima of a graph curve. Parameters The return values are cached in the curve model therefore repeated calls to this function (with unchanged data) are cheap. If there are no data points that would be displayable with the
intended logarithmical scale setup, the output arguments are untouched
and
Since: 2.8 
Gets y data points of a graph curve model. The returned data are owned by the and cannot be modified nor freed. The returned pointer is valid only so long as the curve model exists and its data do not change.

Gets y data points of a graph curve model. The returned data are owned by the and cannot be modified nor freed. The returned pointer is valid only so long as the curve model exists and its data do not change.

Sets curve model data from separated X and Y arrays. If there were calibration data in the former
Warning:
The points should be ordered in ascending abscissa order, meaning

Sets curve model data from an interleaved array. The array should contain interleaved abscissa and ordinate values: x0,
y0, x1, y1, x2, y2, etc. You can also typecast an array of
If there were calibration data in the former
Warning:
The points should be ordered in ascending abscissa order, meaning
Since: 2.45 
Convenience macro doing gwy_serializable_duplicate() with all the necessary typecasting.

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