[Phpwm] Charting for webapps and PDFs

sukh virdee sukh_virdee at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 18 13:06:11 UTC 2009

Hi Ian,
I use pchart http://pchart.sourceforge.net/ 

Has everything I need in terms of type of graphs, asthetics, and really easy to implement. Its pretty much a set of arrays used for labels, values etc.

Works well in all modern browsers.

The pCache class helps speed tremendously.


> From: ian.munday at illumen.co.uk
> To: phpwm at mailman.lug.org.uk
> Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 10:42:46 +0000
> Subject: [Phpwm] Charting for webapps and PDFs
> Hi all
> I'm sure that some of you must have had to incorporate graphs and  
> charts into your webapps and PDFs.  I've used JpGraph (http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/ 
> ) for this in the past, and whilst it's proven to be really flexible,  
> I've always thought the output has been visually rather crude.
> The Google Charts API (http://code.google.com/apis/chart/) produces  
> much more visually appealing charts, but I've never really used it.   
> How do people find it?
> Are there any other charting libraries that you recommend?  (As well  
> as integrating to webapps, I need to be able to put any charts into a  
> PDF.)
> Regards,
> Ian
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