Web Graphs

Does anybody know a good way to display line graphs on a web page? They do not have to be dynamic, but I would need either around 40 small graphs or 1 big graph with 40 lines. Any suggestions?

Posted by sean on 4/27/04 at 2:21PM


Check this out.

I just used this on another project. The documentation leaves a bit to be desired, but I figured it out pretty quickly and it worked good enough (though I had to recode some of the pie chart code). If you use it and have any questions, drop me a line (ha, get it? line! sorry).

Posted by bryce on 4/27/04 at 10:16PM

Problems with gov't work

thanks but unfortunately I am not going to be able to use pretty much anything. I am not allowed to install anything on the server without proper approval. Because this server is on a classified network they require that everything you bring in must be approved, sounds relativley painless, but if the code was written by a non US citizen it has about a one in a million shot of actually getting approved. Since some of the comments are written in german I'm taking a shot in the dark and saying it might not be written by a US citizen. :(

Posted by sean on 4/29/04 at 3:14PM

Bug Matt

I'm pretty sure he wrote the code for his bandwidth graphs. He's American (for now).

Posted by bryce on 4/30/04 at 9:04AM


Are you SURE that's a more acceptable solution? :P

Posted by martin on 4/30/04 at 2:17PM


I use MRTG for bandwidth graphs. Its actually an off-the-shelf solution that many people have used for all sorts of basic graphs.. google for it and you can see people graphing everything with it.

Posted by matt on 5/1/04 at 7:39AM

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