Hi Geoff,

In terms of the google chart ruby wrapper did you have any issues with bar charts? I'm struggling with having a y axis that is larger than the actual data. The bars stretch to the full height, even though they are not the value of th top o the y axis.


Thanks

John Polling

On Sep 2, 2009, at 13:14, Jeff Casimir <j...@casimircreative.com> wrote:

John,

I've used Google Graphs via a gem wrapper (gchartrb), though I think
there are two or three gems that all do the same thing.  Offloading
all the graph-making responsibility is great!

- Jeff

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On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 8:07 AM, John Polling<j...@theusualsuspect.com> wrote:
Hi,

I'm looking at writing an extension for creating graphs, and I've so far looked the scruff and gruff gems for helping with this. My worry is that they both rely on RMagick and I hear that's got memory leak issues. Can
anyone recommed any other graph gems?

Thanks

John Polling
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