Monday, October 23rd, 2006
Kyle Scholz’s talk at The Ajax Experience carried the disclaimer “may not be suitable for your large dataset”, but he provided an overview of how the process can be both practical from an efficiency standpoint – and even entertaining to the impatient user, using animation of the graph reaching a static state.
Kyle walked through several tutorials that are available out on his site (code also available there). If you want a quick example of what this is all about: an example app is also available out there demonstrating an implementation of JSViz used to graph music “familiarities” via an Amazon web service mashup.
…if you’re fiending for some more complex graphing examples (not necessarily having anything to do with ajax), check out visualcomplexity.com
Posted by Jim Halberg at 11:44 am