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any suggestion for drawing timeline in GUI

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Hi Experts,

I am drawing events timeline.
I was thinking of using some sort of graph that had events as XY  plot points and event date as X axes.
Would you please let me know if you have any better suggestion, or if you any method in SWING or AW class that can be used for drawing graphs/ charts.
DO you also know any interactive graph method outside SWING or AWT ?
becuz I initially was looking for something that had interactive point, so that user can click on each point on graph and be able to edit the details of events.

Thank you
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I've already checked all of their graphs, none of them look good for timeline .
what I am mainly looking for is some kind of 2D XY graph!
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HI,

Ive found J Free Charts before, and I've already downloaded the files, but do you know how can I use them on eclipse?
like how to add jar file to my eclipse project?
and which file exactly to use?

this is the exact chart that I was thinking about using it
http://www.java2s.com/Code/Java/Chart/JChartsPointChart.htm
would you let me know how to use this in eclipse?

Thank you
p.s. none of these are interactive tho!
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