Google charts now has a wizard

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Google charts now has a wizard

Here is a link to google charts, but wizard driven, which makes for much easier prototyping:
Chart Wizard - Google Chart Tools / Image Charts (aka Chart API) - Google Code

It is still in Beta, so near-future changes are likely. It gives the opportunity to experiment with your data and the way the information should be displayed, before turning to something server side like gnuplot or jpgraph, if so required.
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