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Sparklines + AJAX = nice
Thursday, June 22, 2006

Sparklines are little graphs that run in-line with your text. I believe that Edward Tufte invented them and I know that he talks about them in his upcoming book, Beautiful Evidence. Several folks have written code to create them (I think that there is even a Lisp implementation out there somewhere for CL-PDF?). Joe Gregorio has a nice Python AJAX web application if you want to play with them yourself.


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