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From "Alvin Wang" <xw...@qtechservices.com>
Subject RE: How to create dynamic graphs on web pages?
Date Mon, 06 May 2002 22:51:04 GMT
Did anyone tried with Sitraka's JClass ServerChart?
http://services.sitraka.com/software/jclass/jclassserverchart.html

Which one is the most prevalent product in this field? For example, which
vendor API Yahoo and ETrade are using to create their stock graphs?
Comments? thanks!



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Subject: How to create dynamic graphs on web pages?


We need to display graphs on our web pages based on our data reports. We
guess we need a set of API to create the GIF/JPEG files dynamically in
servlets. I read
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-05-2000/jw-0505-servlets.html already.
But I feel it is not sophisticate enough. Does anyone know how to create
complex dynamic graphs on web? for example, 3D graph, XML->graph, curve,
pie..... Any good vendor APIs?


Thanks!

Alvin

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