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Need to generate Graph from Back-end database

 
Sagar Deshmukh
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1) I will have to create two columns in MYSQL database and insert data in that, each column contain 8-9 k data.
2) Then i need to plot this data in chosen GUI in three separate plots on one screen as shown in attached image.
3) Time interval for X-axis for plotting individual graph is 0.001.
4) Then i need to plot these two waveform data against each other as XY graph as shown in graph.

How to do this or what language and technique i need to choose.

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Sagar
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Hello Sagar,
If you are using Windows, won't MS Office do the job?
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Sagar Deshmukh
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Thank you Paul for your reply,

Problem is i want to implement this in programming language so you user can access over internet.

I have two option to implement this
1st J2EE
2nd PHP

But i am not finding any way to implement this in J2EE or PHP (Main problem is speed , i want to show this within 2 or 3 sec in graph format)...

Please guide.
 
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Sagar,
You can generate your graphs using MS Office or any other third party software that can plot the figures. And then put these files in folders that are accessible over the internet.
Paul
 
Sagar Deshmukh
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Paul,

I want to show it on webpage according to condition (That i will use in where clause for e.g . SELECT field1 FROM xyz WHERE vno='1')

Regards,
Sagar
 
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The most modern approach would be to use a JavaScript charting solution like High Charts.
 
Sagar Deshmukh
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Does it give me a speed ?

Any link or reference.
 
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Does it give me a speed ?

Any link or reference.

You can google 'HighCharts' or read this material http://www.fusioncharts.com/javascript-charting-comparison/
 
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Other options are EasyCharts (a commercial product) or Google Charts (free).
 
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