Java Chart Designer 5.2
Java Chart Designer is a powerful charting Java application that empowers you with all necessary tools to create charts for professionally looking presentations, business and scientific reports that can be easily integrated into website as Java applet, Java applications or saved as JPEG images.
A user-friendly interface, great number of visual effects and predefined chart types, flexible chart components selection, powerful animation and on-screen real-time chart visualization make Java Chart Designer usage an easy and delightful experience. Charts creation process is greatly alleviated thanks to convenient chart wizard which guides you through all steps: from Excel-like data source setting to resulting chart file. Being a 100% pure Java application, Java Chart Designer provides a sophisticated and yet simple-to-use Java API that can run on practically any platform that is JDK 1.2.x (or later) compliant. Java Chart can be integrated into your own application or deployed at server side. All library functions are well documented thanks to JavaDoc technology; and charts can be created and published with just a few lines of code. You may save results as Java applet, in JPEG image or in special internal .ECL format for later usage and modifications with Java Chart Designer API. The chart library footprint is only 80 Kb.
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