[Chicago] Graphing libraries

Jason Abate jason at panopta.com
Thu Jan 15 22:10:31 CET 2009

Take a look at ChartDirector at http://www.advsofteng.com/.  We've been 
using their Python version for a while and have found it to be easy to 
work with, has lots of flexibility in terms of graph layout and 
decoration, and it draws impressive graphs pretty quickly.

It's a commercial library - depending on what you're doing it might not 
be appropriate or might get expensive, but for a centralized webapp it's 
not bad. 


Jason Abate
Panopta | We see it all
jason at panopta.com

chicago-request at python.org wrote:
> Any thoughts on the most awesomest graphing library for Python? 
> I need something that's free of weird commercial licenses, obviously. 

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