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Chart & Graph

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Hi all,

I would like to realize charts and graphs in a simple way in autoit.

The best method I found is to use Office Web Components (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=it)

but If you don't have office installed you can only use this method only for static charts (no intercative way).

I also found http://www.rmchart.com/ and http://www.datamaster2003.com/ but I didn't find a way to use with AutoIt.

Do you know other way of doing charts and graphs?

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I didn't mention another request: a freeware, open source solution...

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I didn't mention another request: a freeware, open source solution...

http://www.gnuplot.info/


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Intriguing,

I tried the editor and the programming feature but How I can include a GnuPlot graph in a AutoIt Gui?

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Intriguing,

I tried the editor and the programming feature but How I can include a GnuPlot graph in a AutoIt Gui?

create a gif with gnuplot and then load it with GUICtrlCreatePic().


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create a gif with gnuplot and then load it with GUICtrlCreatePic().

OKs, Thanks..

I'll try.

:rolleyes:

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