Build chart images

Posted on 2006-06-05
Last Modified: 2010-04-01

Does any one have a good example or library, that I could use to export binary data to an image that would display the data as a chart (the type of chart is not important).

Question by:GiedriusS
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    Could you provide a little more info about what you mean.  Are you having trouble reading binary data?  Do you have a format for the binary data?  I'm a little confused at what you're trying to accomplish.


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    If you mean a graphing tool, there are many choices. Here's a good list:

    This is a very good generic graphing tool, used in doxygen for generating class diagrams:

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