Re: How does this compare to rrd?
> Has anyone compared this to RRD's
> graphing features? Is it worth using
> this to graph data in RRD databases
> instead of RRD's built in graphing
Really quite different. RRD's graphing is very tied in to RRDs database functionality. This is a generic graphing tool - initially more effort to produce a graph but much more flexibility, and easier to apply to different data sources.
GPL version ?
I was unable to find the GPL version.
Is there any way to find it ?
I am using it for my job .... my God, quick, efficient, easy of use, ....
Just try it and you'll adopt it.
How does this compare to rrd?
Has anyone compared this to RRD's graphing features? Is it worth using this to graph data in RRD databases instead of RRD's built in graphing features?
Amazingly thorough graphing package...
I was working on putting together a temperature plotting program (grabs weather data from the net) that would allow me to graph temps over various times scales. I began work on using the php/gd primitives to build the graphs, and then discovered this package.
Hell, it even does anti-aliasing on lines and arcs. You can't beat that with a stick!
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