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    dyamic charts?

    Hi i am trying to find a way to create dynamic charts from the data of a database....Thank u

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    Use SVG, http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/. Adobe has a free viewer that works for SVG files (not the same viewer as the PDF viewer though).

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    snif

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    And how i can learn creating charts with svg? Any other proposal?

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    You can create nifty graphs using PHP or ASP. Can your server handle either one of those?

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    You can create nifty graphs using PHP or ASP.
    like the poll results graphs used here at CF.
    i'd assume the server can handle it, as alaois does apparently have a database.
    Last edited by ASAAKI; 04-05-2003 at 01:38 PM.
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    there's a simple way no-one seems to have thought of.

    simply have images like this:

    [ ====== ]

    ...where [ is the left, and ] is the right-hand 'end images', and = is the stretchable image in the middle

    then, simply stretch the dimensions of the middle image according to the data you have got.

    repeat as necessary for multiple rows, or turn around for coloums.



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    yep

    My server supports asp...what i must do ?


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