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Old 04-20-2007
Linux, Python and Graphics

Hi Experts,

I am designing a web page in Python that shows a graphical representation of the load on the various computing nodes of the Linux server. I am currently using ReportLab to generate the charts and graphs, but I seem to have some problems with that. I've reviewed ChartDirector. It seems to be good, but it is not open-sourced and also the free version requires a logo to be displayed along with the graphics. RRDTool looks interesting, but is ONLY good for x-y charts and also involves a lot of work.

Can anyone suggest a good graphical tool (open sourced too) used with Python that will generate graphs, charts and other images to be used on web-pages.

Thank you!
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Old 04-21-2007
Pychart , Rpy , matplotlib are some i can think of.
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Old 05-25-2009
some tool than can help you its eric IDE.

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