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Charts in Java

 
Victoria Bernstein
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Hi folks,
Did anybody use third party 2D or 3D Chart components. Can you advise me if there are any good ones out there.
Thank a lot
 
deekasha gunwant
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hi Victoria,
yes we used KLGroup Charts in one of our projects.
and It's quite good u can download the evaluation copy from their site.
u can get it at
http://www.klgroup.com/software/jclass/
regards
Deekasha

 
Victoria Bernstein
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Thanks Deekasha,
I will try that.
Victoria
 
Meghna ks
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Hi Deeksha
I've been using the JClass Chart and I load the data to the Chart by using a TableModel by extending the AbstractTableModel class. But the problem I'm facing is that only the values for the Y axis are generated according to the requirement whereas the X axis values are generated randomly by the Chart. I happened to search for chart help on javaranch & I saw your suggestion about using JClass chart to one, Victoria.If you have experimented with this before or you have any suggestions to make wrt this, please do let me know.This is an important requirement and I'd greatly appreciate any help.
My ChartModel class is of the format :
ChartModel(columnTitles, rowData)
Thanks
Meghna
 
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