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Graphing

Tools to generate graphical representation of data (called charts or graphs)

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The ruby on rails plugin for teethgrinder's Open Flash Chart (version 2)
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This Ruby gem, GoogleVisualr, is a wrapper around the Google Chart Tools that allows anyone to create the same beautiful charts with just Ruby; you don't have to write any JavaScript at all.
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Seer is a lightweight, semantically rich wrapper for the Google Visualization API. It allows you to easily create a visualization of data in a variety of formats, including area charts, bar charts, column charts, gauges, line charts, and pie charts.
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Scruffy is a Ruby library for generating high quality, good looking graphs. It is designed to be easy to use and highly customizable.
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Visit http://code.google.com/p/gchartrb to track development regarding gchartrb. == FEATURES: * Provides an object oriented interface in Ruby to create Google Chart URLs for charts. == INSTALL: === Ruby Gem:
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Purpose of this gem is to create neat, simple, technical graphs. This is alternative to most new libraries which create small, candy graphs using JavaScript.
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GChart exposes the Google Chart API via a friendly Ruby interface. It can generate the URL for a given chart (for webpage use), or download the generated PNG (for offline use).
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The ruby gnuplot gem [gnuplot] [rgnuplot] (official releases of the gnuplot gem are from rdp branch)
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