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NewsForge: Filesystem Data Visualization using JPGraph

Mar 12, 2005, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Glenn Mullikin)

"JPGraph is a set of programs written in PHP that plots data into a wide range of graphs and formats the results. Licensed under the Trolltech QPL License, JPGraph is now at Version 1.17. Whatever your data, JPGraph can help you to view it graphically, letting you to see relations in more clearly. Such data visualization may not be important to a computer, but, to a person, it can make a lot of difference to analysis.

"To see what JPGraph can do, let's look at the executable binary files in the /usr/bin directory..."

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