JClass® Chart was the very first available charting API for Java. JClass Chart remains the data display tool of choice for Java professionals. It comes with sample code for all popular business and scientific charts, as well as a rich text format for customizing labels or mixing images and URLs with text. It's available on its own or as part of JClass DesktopViews.
JClass Chart supports a vast array of data sources including files, sockets, and real-time feeds. It even shares data with JClass LiveTable. With its MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture, JClass Chart makes it easy to bring data in from any source.
You can automatically bind JClass Chart to any database using JClass DataSource (the hierarchical data object that works with any JDBC database) or by using Borland® JBuilder™ Professional or Enterprise.
JClass Chart is ideal for decision support applications because it has built-in support for common chart interactions like panning, zooming, rotating, and picking. It's easy to enable or disable these actions for your users. You also have the flexibility to bind to any mouse button and modifier key combination.
JClass Chart works equally well in either applets or applications. A pre-built applet class is included in the JClass Chart package, allowing HTML authors to include charts in their web pages without having to do any Java coding. All of the chart applet's properties are fully customizable using the HTML <APPLET> parameters.
JClass Chart gives you great looking defaults for your charts. Plus, it's easy to customize the appearance of your chart axes, headers, footers, legends, and data labels. Advanced features like reversed, logarithmic, and multiple Y-axes are also supported. Plus, you get multiple formatting options, including scientific notation, percents, and currencies.
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