[thelist] interactive charting

Judah McAuley judah at wiredotter.com
Tue Oct 3 11:52:30 CDT 2006

I'd take a look at the RRD Tool library 
(http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/). It has a fair number of interfaces 
already written and is specifically geared towards dynamic charting and 
graphing. It's also released under the GPL.


John DeStefano wrote:
> Some folks at work are developing a Java/Netbeans app that will allow
> collaborators, who deal with tons of data, to reserve end-to-end paths
> of guaranteed bandwidth through a network.
> They've asked me for help with a semi-attractive user interface for
> this web app.  Are there any preexisting efforts or applications that
> graph or chart data (time vs. bandwidth channel), and make the chart
> interactive so it zooms in on click and allows a user to choose an
> open slot?
> I've found a few bandwidth monitors, but they were full-fledged apps
> and didn't offer much in the way of interaction.

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