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java graphics: graph, bar, etc

Posted on 2000-03-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-04

I need to draw some graphs with bars, columns, or lines on an applet,  but dont want to use Java 3D since it need jdk1.2. does anybody know where I can find some packages or APIs for jdk1.1.x?

Question by:pyang051597

Expert Comment

ID: 2628141
Dear pyang,

    Either you can write code to draw graphs. But I suggest oen another thing.
I will give you a link.


Download it for evaluation. It is a wonderful tool with which you can draw Bar charts,Pie charts,lines (3D or 2d) and lot more. Documentation and manual are avilable ont the same page. Please evaluate it. I have used it successfully.



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Expert Comment

ID: 2628301
you can render Bar chart yourself - it's quite easy :) do you need some special help ?

Author Comment

ID: 2628341
to Murali:

Thanks for the info, but do you have any free stuff?

to heyhey:

yeah, I guess it is quite easy to render bar chart,  but I am not sure what my boss wants me to do since I only joined the company a few days ago. :)

Accepted Solution

stalefish earned 54 total points
ID: 2628737
Try : http://www.FreeCode.com/

They have a bunch of graphing packages for all languages


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