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applying Ajax technique to interactive charting?

 
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Is there any example of applying Ajax technique to
generate interactive charting? If not, any hint
on how to get it started...

Thanks,
Nimchi
[ April 12, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Could you be more explicit? Are you referring to report graphs perhaps?
 
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Also, please read this with regards to composing subjects.
 
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Yes, I was referring graph. Let say if I have line chart for
last 6-month data, and I would like to have buttons allowing users
to request last year, last 18 months data ...

Would that be feasible using Ajax or I should relying on some
commercial product from Adobe?

Thanks,
Nimchi
 
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Well, Ajax itself is a technology for making requests back to server-side resources. It is not a charting package. You could certainly use Ajax to communicate with the back end in order to update a page with charts, but you still need the server-side technology that would create the chart images from the data.
 
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You could use http://code.google.com/p/explorercanvas/

You probably would want to look through this: http://ajaxian.com/by/topic/canvas/

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