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Interacting with live data with Deep Zoom and Pivot

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What can anyone tell me about how to interast with these tools using live data, which means interacting programmatically with Deep Zoom and Pivot?

Also, what are the costs?

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Great. Thanks!

Any idea if there is a cost to using Pivot? I hear Deep Zoom is open sourced...
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newbieweb:

I'm not using it myself, but I don't thinck so ;-)
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Thanks.
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