[erlang-questions] Graphing options in erlang
Mon Apr 20 11:53:48 CEST 2009
Another option is perhaps to use eplot which is written in pure erlang.
Eplot is not complete, but it works well for alot of cases. It uses egd
as backend and can output png, eps or raw bitmap. It uses wxErlang to
view results if no output option is given. I use it to visualize data
when benchmarking. It suits my needs but I haven't spent a lot of time
to add new features or fine tuning it.
From command line it uses escript but one can use the module egd_chart
to incorporate it in any other module. Documentation is sparse at the
Interested parties should direct their attention to:
Richard O'Keefe wrote:
> On 20 Apr 2009, at 8:41 am, Tom Malone wrote:
>> Is there a good graphing/charting library in erlang, I will want to
>> do an x/y scatter graph, with a time based y axis and a log scale on
>> the x axis, i have had a google and can't find one. I hoped i missed
> My recommendation would be to use the R statistics environment
> and talk to it through a socket. Simple to set up, and you're
> not likely to get better-looking graphs.
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