PLOTICUS is a command line utility for creating bar, line, pie, boxplot, scatterplot, sweep, heatmap, vector, timeline, Venn diagrams, and other types of charts and plots. ploticus is good for automated or just-in-time graph generation. It handles date, time, and categorical data nicely, and has some basic statistical capabilities. It can output to GIF, PNG, SVG, SWF, JPEG, PostScript, EPS, and X11. You can use convenient preset options or create complex scripts with rich and detailed color and style operations.
X-Cart is a PHP shopping cart software used by tens thousands on-line merchants worldwide. It provides a wide range of e-commerce features, flexible "tableless" design, easy text content modification using WYSIWYG tools, W3C XHTML 1.0 compliance, SEO friendly product catalog, Web-based administration, on-line payment gateways support, real-time shipping cost estimation based on product dimensions, inventory management, full multi-language support, and report management. X-Cart has no logical limitations on the number of products and categories in product catalog.
The Advanced Graph and Chart Server allows you to quickly and easily add powerful dynamic graphing and charting functionality to your Web pages and applications. This service provides a range of chart types, including line graphs, pie charts, bar graphs, and more. The graph server can acquire data from almost any source, including files, databases, and server processes.
2D / 3D Pie Chart provides both a client and server side solution for the incorporation of pie charts into Web pages. It provides versatile components so that Web authors and Java developers can easily build and publish dynamic and interactive Pie Charts. It includes many configurable features and functions for both applet and servlet development, and 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.
3D Vertical Bar Graph provides both client and server-side solutions for the incorporation of bar graphs into Web pages. It provides versatile components so that Web authors and Java developers can easily build and publish dynamic and interactive bar graphs. There are many configurable features and functions to both the applet and servlet 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.