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Posted about 8 years ago by ayashis...@users.sourceforge.net (Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI)
This sub release has been fully built around your feedback on the SourceForge forums. I've noticed your interest being able to use multiple scales for different family of data on a single chart, this is now possible!Shadows are now managed for both ... [More] line & curve charts empowering the final rendering quality to a never reached level for this library. ( You can see it in action here http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php?topic=advexemple26 )Pie charts are now fully aliased (corrected a rounding issue introduced by the GD library), you can display both label & percentages for each slice.Bugs have been corrected, patchs integrated.Thanks to all of you that have provided feedback & contributed to report bugs. This version is yours!Kind regards,JD.Project Web pagehttp://pchart.sourceforge.netRendering Screenshotshttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.phpDocumentationhttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php (0 comments) [Less]
Posted about 8 years ago by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
This sub release has been fully built around your feedback on the SourceForge forums. I've noticed your interest being able to use multiple scales for different family of data on a single chart, this is now possible! Shadows are now managed for both ... [More] line & curve charts empowering the final rendering quality to a never reached level for this library. ( You can see it in action here http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php?topic=advexemple26 ) Pie charts are now fully aliased (corrected a rounding issue introduced by the GD library), you can display both label & percentages for each slice. Bugs have been corrected, patchs integrated. Thanks to all of you that have provided feedback & contributed to report bugs. This version is yours! Kind regards, JD. Project Web page http://pchart.sourceforge.net Rendering Screenshots http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php Documentation http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php [Less]
Posted about 8 years ago by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
This sub release has been fully built around your feedback on the SourceForge forums. I've noticed your interest being able to use multiple scales for different family of data on a single chart, this is now possible! Shadows are now managed for both ... [More] line & curve charts empowering the final rendering quality to a never reached level for this library. ( You can see it in action here http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php?topic=advexemple26 ) Pie charts are now fully aliased (corrected a rounding issue introduced by the GD library), you can display both label & percentages for each slice. Bugs have been corrected, patchs integrated. Thanks to all of you that have provided feedback & contributed to report bugs. This version is yours! Kind regards, JD. Project Web page http://pchart.sourceforge.net Rendering Screenshots http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php Documentation http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php [Less]
Posted about 8 years ago by ayashis...@users.sourceforge.net (Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI)
This sub release has been fully built around your feedback on the SourceForge forums. I've noticed your interest being able to use multiple scales for different family of data on a single chart, this is now possible!Shadows are now managed for both ... [More] line & curve charts empowering the final rendering quality to a never reached level for this library. ( You can see it in action here http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php?topic=advexemple26 )Pie charts are now fully aliased (corrected a rounding issue introduced by the GD library), you can display both label & percentages for each slice.Bugs have been corrected, patchs integrated.Thanks to all of you that have provided feedback & contributed to report bugs. This version is yours!Kind regards,JD.Project Web pagehttp://pchart.sourceforge.netRendering Screenshotshttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.phpDocumentationhttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by ayashis...@users.sourceforge.net (Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI)
I've based this major release on the feedback you've provided, adding functionalities and fixing bugs. Thank you very much for all the messages you've dropped in the forum.This release is introducing : - Draft intelligent scaling. - Stacked bar ... [More] charts. - Missing values support. - Axis customisation. (format, unit, names) - Various bug fixes..The documentation has been updated to reflect code changes (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php). I've also added more example to illustrate advanced options. (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php)Jean-Damien POGOLOTTIhttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/ (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by ayashis...@users.sourceforge.net (Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI)
I've based this major release on the feedback you've provided, adding functionalities and fixing bugs. Thank you very much for all the messages you've dropped in the forum.This release is introducing : - Draft intelligent scaling. - Stacked bar ... [More] charts. - Missing values support. - Axis customisation. (format, unit, names) - Various bug fixes..The documentation has been updated to reflect code changes (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php). I've also added more example to illustrate advanced options. (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php)Jean-Damien POGOLOTTIhttp://pchart.sourceforge.net/ (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
I've based this major release on the feedback you've provided, adding functionalities and fixing bugs. Thank you very much for all the messages you've dropped in the forum. This release is introducing : - Draft intelligent scaling. - Stacked bar ... [More] charts. - Missing values support. - Axis customisation. (format, unit, names) - Various bug fixes.. The documentation has been updated to reflect code changes (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php). I've also added more example to illustrate advanced options. (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php) Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI http://pchart.sourceforge.net/ [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
I've based this major release on the feedback you've provided, adding functionalities and fixing bugs. Thank you very much for all the messages you've dropped in the forum. This release is introducing : - Draft intelligent scaling. - Stacked bar ... [More] charts. - Missing values support. - Axis customisation. (format, unit, names) - Various bug fixes.. The documentation has been updated to reflect code changes (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/documentation.php). I've also added more example to illustrate advanced options. (http://pchart.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php) Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI http://pchart.sourceforge.net/ [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by ayashis...@users.sourceforge.net (Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI)
pChart is a PHP class oriented framework designed to create aliased charts. Most of the todays chart libraries have a cost, our project is intended to be free. Data can be retrieved from SQL queries, CSV files, or manually provided.pChart 1.26c has ... [More] been released. Some bugs have been fixed (see release notes). I've also taken this opportunity to upgrade the project web page http://pchart.sourceforge.net adding an add-ons section, enhancing the support tab and creating a beginning of FAQ based on forums questions.Thank you all for your greatly appreciated feedback!JD. (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI
pChart is a PHP class oriented framework designed to create aliased charts. Most of the todays chart libraries have a cost, our project is intended to be free. Data can be retrieved from SQL queries, CSV files, or manually provided. pChart 1.26c has ... [More] been released. Some bugs have been fixed (see release notes). I've also taken this opportunity to upgrade the project web page http://pchart.sourceforge.net adding an add-ons section, enhancing the support tab and creating a beginning of FAQ based on forums questions. Thank you all for your greatly appreciated feedback! JD. [Less]