3 projects tagged "chart-library"

Download No website Updated 25 Jun 2013 Active Graphs and Charts

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Active Graphs and Charts allows you to add reporting features to your Web / intranet pages and applications. The graphing software is completely self-contained within a single file, making this an ideal solution for the incorporation of graphs and charts into Web / intranet pages and applications. Versatile components provide the ability for Web authors and developers to easily build and publish dynamic and interactive graphs and charts. There is no complicated server side set up or install; simply upload the single JavaScript file to the Web server. There are many configurable graph features and functions and as such, the documentation and examples are designed to give both a full understanding of every feature and enable you to implement both the applet and servlet quickly and easily. The series of examples gives an overview of the variety of implementations possible The software can acquire data from a variety of sources, including files, databases, scripts and server-side processes (e.g. servlets, JSP, ASP, PHP, and Perl), and embedded HTML parameters.

No download Website Updated 28 Oct 2009 chartviz

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Chartviz is a JavaScript library for charting and visualizing data. It is heavily inspired by Google Analytics. Unlike Google Analytics, it does not depend on Adobe Flash. Instead, it uses SVG or VML through the Raphaël library.

No download Website Updated 29 Mar 2013 CanvasJS

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CanvasJS is an HTML5 charting and graphing library built on JavaScript and the HTML5 Canvas element. It runs across devices and performs 10x better than SVG and Flash-based charts. It is fully interactive and can render 100,000 data points in just over 100 milliseconds.

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SQLObject

A object-relational mapper.

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A content management system that excels at community, portal, and Web application sites.