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java graphing performance issue

 
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i am trying to graph lots of data onto several graphs and i am currently using JFreeChart.....SLOW! i am creating .png files and outputing them to the user. is there any quicker api to use or maybe even javascript to accomplish this task. i am mainly concerned with time series graphing

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I wonder if SVG would be faster - there is a pretty impressive list of applications at
the W3C web site for SVG. Have you tried JFreeChart's SVG output?
[ August 05, 2004: Message edited by: William Brogden ]
 
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