I need to make a series of 40 graphs (all of the same format) from an excel dataset and I'm having trouble figuring out how to do this efficiently. Basically, I would want something that would cycle through all the rows producing a separate graph for each row that could be copied into the appropriate section in the report. Although, I would prefer to do this in excel so that others in my dept could also use it, I do have R available if there is an easier way to do this in that environment. Any ideas? Thanks!
I'm working on some graphics for an upcoming presentation, and need a way to display some scientific data(scatter plots and bar graphs mostly). What is the next step beyond excel? [more inside]
Paper Nerds Assemble! I'm looking for heavyweight paper (~100lbs / 150gsm or thicker), either bound or looseleaf, with a smooth finish... that has light grid lines (square or isometric) or a dot grid. [more inside]
I would like advice on creating a dynamic graphing website to display clinical data on a intranet website to better aide clinicians. What my superiors are seeking is a "Data Mall." My programming/server-admin. experience is minimal, but my Linux-hobbyist mentality hates the MS Access solution that is being built. [more inside]
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Excel graphing question: Is there a way to change the axis labels to something you are not graphing? [more inside]
Asking for a colleague: "Back in October 2008, I found a free online app that uploaded data from Excel and produced (very pretty) charts and graphs. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep track of the website, and I’m having trouble tracking it down again. Most of the free graphing apps I’ve found online today require that you manually input the data; I’m looking for something that will more easily upload a set of data from Excel."
What are the best math instructional sites, resources and (especially) tools for graphing and math visualization these days? [more inside]
Is there a name for this type of graph?
Warning: wait to read this question until tomorrow if you are in Learned League. So, today one of the Learned League questions was, What is the y-intercept of the line with the following equation?: 3y-11x = 39. I couldn't get any further than y = 13 + 3 2/3 x or y = 13 +3.66666x. Actually it appears the response is 13. How does one get to the right response for this question?
Question about graphing bandwidth with Cacti using a gauge instead of a counter. (Or, suggestions on other snmp graphing tools) [more inside]
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graphing implicit/3d/whatever (multiple plots) in maple/other software [more inside]
Open source, command line, low "impact", png-producing, full-featured, good-looking graphing on Linux and other Unices? [more inside]
Is there an easy-to-use computer program (other than TI Interactive) I can use to draw graphs of functions when I'm writing my Algebra 2 tests? [more inside]
What the best way to put two-coordinate graphs in a LaTex document? [more inside]
How do I graph these data using R's plot() and barplot() commands? [more inside]
Does anyone have software recommendations for making Venn diagrams? Especially complicated ones? [more inside]
Best application for 3D graphing (heat maps, contours, bump maps and so on)? [more inside]
What's the best way of adding a "live" graph to my .NET WinForms application, similar in behaviour to the scrolling CPU usage and pagefile graphs found in Task Manager? Must be free, not too ugly, and not too processor-intensive.
Linux/Unix Admin Filter: What is your preferred method for monitoring bandwidth use per virtual host in Apache? [more inside]
Excel/Graphing - Time vs. usage (y/n) graph [more inside]
How (if possible) can you find the domain and range of a graph on a graphing calculator (which in my case is a TI-84 Plus)?
How do you draw a picture depicting firewall rules? Do you know of any examples? [more inside]
Looking for a simple, free (for commercial use) social network mapping / graphing tool [more inside]
Obscure Mathfilter: In the arcane past of mathematics, there is something known as a "Newton Polygon", which theoretically can be used to help sketch functions of two variables, say, x^3 + y^3 =3xy, for instance. But -- [more inside]
Are there any free online tools for generating radar (aka radial, spider, star) graphs/charts? [more inside]
Graphing question: My boss has an idea of how our data should be presented. Please help me figure out how to make it happen! [more inside]
Is there a program that can automatically create line graphs from a text file with a list of numbers? [more inside]
Can anyone help a n00b with a MySQL (& coldfusion) problem? [more inside]
What is a good algorithm for generating smooth curves from discrete points? [more inside]
How can I better present my information than a bar graph with both very tall and very small bars? [more inside]
Beyond Excel: I need a 2D data plotting tool that not only plots but has the ability to quickly measure things like maximum, minimum, delta between peaks... [more inside]
I'm working on something like a glorified graphing calculator application, based on a small functional programming language. Each input program describes a function of some number of parameters, and the app's job is to plot the function's output across various input ranges. Is there an existing language with an open-source parser I can reuse for this job instead of inventing and implementing a new language from scratch? [more inside]