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- Easy to use and integrate
- Fully cross browser
- Platform independent
- Fully customizable
- Enhanced graphics and font rendering
- Dynamic graphing
- Direct database connections
- Technical Support
- Full documentation
- Comprehensive tutorials
- Sample applications

- 2D Pie Chart
- 2D Line Graph
- 2D Vertical Bar Graph
- 2D Stacked Vertical Bar Graph
- 2D Horizontal Bar Graph
- 2D Stacked Horizontal Bar Graph
- 2D Area Graph
- 3D Pie Chart
- 3D Line Graph
- 3D Vertical Bar Graph
- 3D Stacked Vertical Bar Graph
- 3D Horizontal Bar Graph
- 3D Stacked Horizontal Bar Graph
- 3D Area Graph

**Add Powerful reporting features to your Web / Intranet pages and applications. **

With the advanced graphing functionality you will be quickly adding impressive

and dynamic charting capabilities bringing your data alive !

**Overview**

The Graphing components provide both client ( applet ) and server side ( servlet ) solutions for the incorporation of graphs and charts into web / intranet pages and applications. Versatile components provide the ability for web authors and Java developers to easily build and publish dynamic and interactive graphs and charts.

There are many configurable graph features and functions to both the applets and servlets and as such, the documentation and examples are designed to give both a full understanding of every feature and enable you to implement both the applet and servlet quickly and easily. The series of examples give an overview of the variety of implementations possible

(Graph and Chart demos click here.)

The applets and servlets can acquire data from a variety of sources including,

- Files
- Databases
- Scripts and server Side processes (eg. Servlets, JSP, ASP, PHP, PERL)
- HTML parameters

**Chart Types**

- Pie Chart
- Vertical Bar Graph (Column Chart)
- Horizontal Bar Graph
- Line Graph
- Area Graph
- Stacked Horizontal Bar Graph
- Stacked Vertical Bar Graph

**New in this Release**

- Anti-Aliasing for a far smoother graph image
- Multi Language Support
- Percentage option for labels
- Pre & Post symbols on pop-up values
- Change Cursor on Mouseover links
- Demos & Examples
- Full Specification

**In the Press,**

"Good lookin' graphs from Jpowered" an article by NetworkWorldFusion

"Web solutions for graphic data presentation" a product review by OneKit software magazine

Bar graphs comprise an axis and a series of labeled horizontal or vertical bars that show different values for each bar. The numbers along a side of the bar graph are called the scale. more »

Line Graphs are used to show how two parameters are related to each other. Or to put it another how one variable changes as another changes. A Line graph consists of two axis, a vertical or Y axis and a horizontal or X axis. more »

Pie charts (or sometimes called circle charts) provide a visual representation of data as slices of a pie. The greater the data value the larger the pie slice. The sizes of each slice are calculated such that the total sum of all the data elements will represent the full 360 degree pie circle. more »

Graphical Representation of Numerical Data

Providing a graphical representation of data within a web page is easier than one might imagine. With the right piece of software the task becomes quite straight forward and the graphical results will be impressive. more »

Bar charts comprise an axis and a series of labeled horizontal or vertical bars that show different values for each bar. The numbers along a side of the bar graph are called the scale. more »

Line Charts are used to show how two parameters are related to each other. Or to put it another how one variable changes as another changes. A Line chart consists of two axis, a vertical or Y axis and a horizontal or X axis. more »

Pie graphs (or sometimes called circle charts) provide a visual representation of data as slices of a pie. The greater the data value the larger the pie slice. The sizes of each slice are calculated such that the total sum of all the data elements will represent the full 360 degree pie circle. more »

We hope the documentation and tutorials enable you to quickly add dynamic graphs to your pages, however if at any stage you require assistance, help or advice then please feel free contact us via our support pages at:-

JPowered Support »

Web Page Graphing Documentation

A series of easy to follow Tutorials have been produced to enable quick development and show some of the more advanced and dynamic applications.

- 2D/3D Graphing
- Variety of Data Sources (Files, Databases, Scripts/Server processes, HTML parameters).
- JavaScript interaction.
- Multiple Scales
- Target Lines
- Trend Lines
- Multiple Plots
- Configurable Grid
- Configurable Symbols
- Automatic Legend
- Label Orientation
- Configurable 3D effect
- Display Values on Mouse Over events
- URL link on Mouse Click Events
- Free Form Images
- Free Form Text