Thanks for this solution, it was close of what my customer wants.

Close, because he wants to have interactivity ; zooming and modifying

data on the fly, making the graph immediatly appears modified, are

essential functionnalities... it does not help me

With such needs, I think that I have to develop want he wants in an

applet, or something like that : I didn't see anything which offers

interactivity on the plots of the graph

So I should look for an open source solution to start from.. but which

one ? I did not practice any one.

shakah a écrit :

> DeMZed wrote:

> > Hello,

> >

> > I'm looking for a sofware solution which can help me in filling those

> > needs :

> > 1) Generate 2D graphs (i'm not stuck on a format)

> > 2) graphs must be zoomable

> > 3) dragging the mouse over the graphs, it should tell the X & Y values

> > 4) clicking on a plot let me correct its Y value, or delete it

> > completely

> >

> > Do you know such solutions which approximate those needs ?

> >

> > The fourth point is really uncommon, I think, but I need it.

> >

> > In fact, this product intends to be included in a web application (with

> > or whitout applets or SWF), to display scientific measures and let the

> > experimenter modify values ...

> >

> > Thanks a lot for any help !

>

> If you're thinking of a server-side solution, I've used KavaChart for

> similar applications (www.ve.com) in the past. You can get most (if not

> all) of what you want by generating the images and image maps on the

> server, along with some basic HTML and Javascript for interactivity.

>

> One caveat, though -- at the time I used KavaChart they had simple

> licensing structure, looking at the site now they seem a bit more

> complicated.