[sf-perl] creating graphs?

Mark Grimes mgrimes at cpan.org
Fri Jan 15 06:48:13 PST 2010

If you want interactive charts, I like Chart::OFC (Open Flash Chart).
While I'd rather not use flash, I love being able to hover the mouse
over a line and see the values. There is a version 2 of OFC that is a
bit more configurable and takes it's data as json. The cpan module
(Chart::OFC2, I think) isn't very good, but it is very easy to create
the data structures with any of the JSON modules.

For static charts, I've heard good things about Chart::Clicker, but I
haven't actually used...just played with it a bit.


On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 8:52 PM, mehryar <mehryar at mehryar.com> wrote:
> There are a bunch of graphing modules out on CPAN - I was wondering what
> solutions people *like* to use? Maybe even non-Perl solutions?
> Im mainly looking to graph business data (bars/pie graphs) - not complex
> mathematical equations.
> cheers,
> -Mehryar
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