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Simple/flexible datablogging platform?
June 7, 2006 9:23 PM   Subscribe

datablogfilter: I am looking for a package similar to moodstats or reger.com that enables public datablogging: a simple web interfaces for defining and entering the data to track, and specifying and outputting graphs of the data to the web.

reger.com is to buggy and restrictive when it comes to outputting graphs (try getting a bar graph of the last 10 days in forward chronological order, but with the actual dates on the x-axis-- can't be done). Moodstats isn't web-enabled and is too specific-- I want to define my own datatypes.

I know this problem has been solved for many specific applications (e.g. TrixieTracker), but not for the generic case.
posted by joshwa to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Google Spreadsheets might hold promise as features are worked out.
posted by Mr. Six at 9:29 PM on June 7, 2006


Google spreadsheets doesn't do graphs.
posted by joshwa at 10:55 PM on June 7, 2006


From what I've read, it should, or it will. But as it is limited access it's probably a moot point anyway.
posted by Mr. Six at 4:32 AM on June 8, 2006


Here's a php library to make sparklines. Some sites I know use this to display things like pages viewed, visitors, even their adsense (relative) earnings.
posted by zpousman at 8:13 AM on June 8, 2006


I came across joe's goals today... no graphs, but has the right idea...
posted by joshwa at 10:04 PM on June 10, 2006


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