Graphical data representation plugins
ash at best-scarper.co.uk
Fri Sep 10 12:08:34 BST 2010
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> Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 15:00:00 +0100
> From: David Cantrell <david at cantrell.org.uk>
> Subject: Re: Graphical data representation plugins
> To: "London.pm Perl M[ou]ngers" <london.pm at london.pm.org>
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> On Fri, Sep 03, 2010 at 07:06:26PM +0200, Robin Berjon wrote:
>> On Sep 2, 2010, at 13:37 , Kristian Flint wrote:
>> > I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations, experience or comments
>> > around graphically representing data in a browser?
>> If you want something flexible, you probably want to look at Rapha?l (http://raphaeljs.com/), it also has a charting plugin (http://g.raphaeljs.com/).
> On a related note, does anyone know of a Thingy for converting MathML to
> SVG on the fly? Or even better, for converting from ASCIImathML to SVG?
> MathML is still really badly supported, in particular it still doesn't
> work in Safari and Chrome, and IE needs a funky plugin. Not that I
> particularly care about IE.
I don't have Thingy, but deja vu is in the room... avoided having to
implement in the end when we were supplied with bitmaps by the
I recall using XSLT Cookbook
has loads of X->SVG examples.
> David Cantrell | Reality Engineer, Ministry of Information
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