[Chicago-talk] Looking for browser-based charting through Perl

Mike Raffety MikeRaffety at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 26 18:22:09 PDT 2010

I've been pretty happy with what GD::Graph can do, very easy and flexible.


Sean Blanton wrote, On 8/26/2010 9:19 AM:
> I followed this month's exchange on Google Visualizations, but that's
> out for me since it requires internet connectivity. What other packages
> would people recommend? I assume a JavaScript based package is the
> modern way to go. What about Protovis?
> I basically want to pull data from a database and chart it with Perl -
> time series, scatter plots, bar graphs - simple things on a local
> network. Chrome browser. It's possible I might want to do something more
> interesting later down the road.
> Not being a web guy, what general approach would you recommend? I
> breathe Moose, DBI, XML and infrastructure every day, but not so
> much JavaScript, though I'm always up for new things!.
> Thanks,
> Sean
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