The Google Chart API looks to be an excellent offering for developers and web front-end engineers. It provides a brain-dead simple way of putting a variety of charts into a web page, all generated by Google.
- Venn (really)
- Scatter Plots
There are ton of line style and color options, simple instructions for encoding the data, and a rate limit of 50,000 per day.
Read more in the announcement on the Google Code blog.
Well done, guys.
Now, can you do a web page thumbnail generator too? :-)
Posted by jzawodn at December 06, 2007 03:39 PM
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