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Plotting curves in Graph

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We have a set of points stored in our database to draw the graph. We have many curves in a single graph with lot of points involved. Whenever the data changes, we need to redraw the curves which takes lot of time. Is there any package/graphics control which will draw the graph
efficiently(time critical)?
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ChartFX is a really good package to use.  You can get it at:  http://www.hallogram.com/chartfx/index.html    We used it with a db with about 400,000 records with many data points.
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Hi DuneRam,
Thanks. Is there any other Package so that we can easily compare the features and take a good decision?

Vel
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by:lisab
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Quinn-Curtis has a real-time graphics DLL or ActiveX Control that is right up that alley. Updates are fast, smooth and without flicker http://www.quinn-curtis.com.


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