On Jun 4, 2009, at 4:35 PM, Gary Smith wrote:
Thanks Gary. I've actually been looking at both "JpGraph" (http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/
) and "XML/SWF Charts" (http://www.maani.us/xml_charts/index.php).
However, JpGraphs is one of those that suffers from horrendous
documentation, and neither seems to allow X-independent graphing for
multiple entities on the same graph. For instance, I can't give one
entity its own array of "x,y" coordinates and provide another entity
with an entirely different set of "x,y" coordinates. I must create a
new graph for each and every entity.
My current task is an electrical one. I'm writing an app to plot KWH
values at specific increments. However, the increments are unique to
each particular event. I can't make my X-axis uniform because not
every event records data at every second. And I, of course, can't
haphazardly insert 0 values to accommodate spacing as that falsifies
the data. So I need to be able to plot (KWH, TIME) for multiple
entities on the same graph. However, as I said, neither of those
packages seem to accommodate this in a straightforward manner.
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