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VS::Chart - Simple module to create beautifully looking charts
use VS::Chart; my $chart = VS::Chart->new; .. Add data to $chart here ... $chart->add(@row); $chart->render( type => "line", as => "png", to => "my_chart.png" );
Defaults should look great
This module produces charts from data. Such charts might be line, pie and boxes. Currently only linecharts are implemented. The renderer uses Cairo Graphics (http://www.cairographics/), a graphics library for creating vector graphics, to produce crisp and correct output. Currently we limit output support to PNG, PDF and SVG altho Cairo may support more.
- new ( %ATTRIBUTES, [ no_defaults => 1 ] )
Creates a new chart definition and sets any attributes passed in %ATTRIBUTES. If no_defaults is specified the chart will not be populated with default values when rendered.
Returns a list of supported renderers.
- set ( %ATTRIBUTES )
Sets a number of attributes. It is possible to set an attribute for a specific dataset by prepending the key with <column<gt>:. Columns starts at 0.
- get ( ATTRIBUTE )
Get the value of an attribute.
- has ( ATTRIBUTE )
Check if an attribute exists.
- add ( @ROW )
Adds the data in @ROW to the chart. If the first element is a Date::Simple object the first column will be marked as the index column provider and sorted accordingly when rendered.
- render ( type => TYPE, to => PATH | CODE, [ as => FORMAT ] )
Renders the chart using the renderer specified by TYPE and saves the output as PATH. By default the FORMAT is png but pdf or svg may be used instead.
If the format is png it's possible to pass a CODE reference instead of a path in to. This will be called with the reference itself as the first argument and data as second. It may be called several times during rendering.
- dataset ( COLUMN )
VS::Chart::Dataset-instance representing the data for the given column. Return undef if no such column has been added yet via add.
Returns the number of rows of data added to the chart.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.
Commercial support is available from Versed Solutions. Contact author for details.
Claes Jakobsson, Versed Solutions
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