On Tuesday 25 October 2005 11:01 am, Mangas wrote:
> hi all,
> Having a gnuplot plugin for mozilla would be quite useful to me for a web
> application I'm writing (my server is too resource limited for gnuplot). Before
> I dive into the task, I figured I would check if others have already put some
> thought or development effort into a gnuplot browser plugin. Would folks (other
> than me) find such a plugin useful? Any feedback would be appreciated.
Please see my web page for examples of gnuplot use via the web:
Now that you remind me, I realize that I have not tested that
demo page since moving it to a new web server, so I don't promise
that the actual demo is functional at the moment, although the
description and instructions should still be valid.
You might also have a look at using the svg terminal driver.
It produces svg files that can be embedded in normal html and
viewed server-side by an svg plugin. A lot more could be done
to test and improve this driver, so if you are looking for
a place to start this might be a good one. For instance,
it is possible to add client-side mousing interactions with
embedded svg code. Here are some web pages that point to
examples using svg + mousing:
Ethan A Merritt merritt@...
Biomolecular Structure Center
University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195