Did you see pychart? I can't wait to try that one out.
>On 01/26/05, Winston Wolff busted out the keyboard and typed:
> Thanks for all the support on this issue. I was really going nuts
> trying to install all these different possiblities and always getting
> stuck in some dark corner of configure/make hell.
> Here were the suggestions I got:
> ? Vitaliy Fuks, Cheng-Dae Choe -
> http://www.nullcube.com/software.html - a Python interface to gdchart
> ? Adam Kerrison suggested pygdchart
> ? Michael Palmer suggested
> Supposedly a pure python package. But it only outputs SVG, PDF, EPS
> data and I wanted PNGs.
> ? Tom Dennehy suggested R, an open-source version of the S+
> statistical package. Excellent plotting capabilities from data in plain
> text files. Visit http://www.r-project.org.
> ? Eduardo Elgueta - If you can spend some dollars, I recommend
> ChartDirector: http://www.advsofteng.com but they don't yet have a
> Python-Mac OS X version.
> ? Chris Barker - matplotlib has been easy on Linux and Windows for
> me. All it needs in Numeric or numaray, if you are generating images for a
> web app, rather than a GUI.
> ? Shayne O'Neill offered: GD (magic stuff!) and
> I tried each one in turn and hit some stumbling block. Finally I found
> PILChart by Richard Jones on Vaults of Parnasus, which only requires
> Python Imaging Library (PIL). There were some problems with PIL-1.1.4,
> but Richard's code was so simple and easy to understand, that I fixed
> them quickly. He is not updating his code anymore, so I have no place
> to put my fixes. If there is interest, I will find a place to post a
> new version of PILChart.
> But first, I want to get the automated test cases finished for Webware.
> Anybody want to lend a hand with the more tricky components like
> WebKit, MiddleKit and Buildbot?
> On Jan 21, 2005, at 10:55 AM, Winston Wolff wrote:
> >This isn't webware related, but can anybody recommend any charting
> >libraries, i.e. make a bar graph of something over time?
> >I've tried for over three solid days now, searching and trying to
> >install Biggles and Matplotlib with no success. The plethora of
> >prerequisite libraries that all must be installed and work together is
> >an enormous pain.
> winston wolff - (646) 827-2242 - http://www.stratolab.com - learning by
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