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Open Flash Chart

by marto (Cardinal)
on Feb 11, 2008 at 10:36 UTC ( #667361=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Ok, so this is not strictly %100 Perl news, but I just stumbled across Open Flash Chart, and I am sure others may be interested to take a look at it. As you may have already guessed, it is an open source Flash charting object, with examples of its backend provided in Perl, as well as various other languages.

However, the author notes:

"The Perl, Ruby and Python classes are one step behind the PHP class. They may not contain all the very latest updates. Sorry!

This is because I don't have Perl, Ruby or Python on my home PC so I can't keep them up to date, I rely on YOUR help. Fix bugs! Send me your improved code! And I'll post links to you and your site and you will be loved forever!"

So if you are interested in this sort of thing, feel free to check it out. Contributions to improvements seem welcome.

Enjoy

Martin

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Re: Open Flash Chart
by LTjake (Prior) on Feb 11, 2008 at 13:50 UTC

    Dave Rolsky has a very nice module for use with Open Flash Chart. Check it out: Chart::OFC

    --
    "Go up to the next female stranger you see and tell her that her "body is a wonderland."
    My hypothesis is that she’ll be too busy laughing at you to even bother slapping you.
    " (src)

      We use it here at the BBC (internal project, sorry) and we're quite happy with Dave's Chart::OFC module.

      Cheers,
      Ovid

      New address of my CGI Course.

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