Graphical library - charts

przemolicc at poczta.fm-n-o-s-p-a-m przemolicc at poczta.fm-n-o-s-p-a-m
Mon Jun 22 15:35:14 CEST 2009


BJörn Lindqvist wrote:

> 2009/6/22  <przemolicc at poczta.fm-n-o-s-p-a-m>:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I have thousends of files with logs from monitoring system. Each file
>> has some important data (numbers). I'd like to create charts using those
>> numbers. Could you please suggest library which will allow creating
>> such charts ? The preferred chart is line chart.
>>
>> Besides is there any library which allow me to zoom in/out of such chart
>> ? Sometimes I need to create chart using long-term data (a few months)
>> but then observe a minutes - it would be good to not create another
>> short-term chart but just zoom-in.
>>
>> Those files are on one unix server and the charts will be displayed on
>> another unix server so the X-Window protocol is going to be used.
> 
> Try Google Charts. It is quite excellent for easily creating simple
> charts. There is also Gnuplot which is more advanced and complicated.
> Both tools have python bindings.

By the way: do I need any access to internet while using this library ?


Regards
przemol




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