About :: This web site
This place is intended to provide an up to date and open documentation for the pChart project. This web site has been build from scratch to allow collaborative work. Enhancements are still planned like automatic export of the whole documentation to downloadable PDF documents to allow offline browsing.
You are free to create an account and post comments on the documentation pages. We would be pleased if you can share your own experience here. If you feel confortable to help writting / correcting the documentation, apply for the editor rights in the "My Settings" section while being connected with your account.
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The pChart library, pChart web site and pChart documentation have been written by Jean-Damien POGOLOTTI ( contact @ pchart . net ). Please refer to the licencing topic if you intend to use this library in your commercial products. Components used on this web site : Famfamfam icons has been made by Mark James, Rounded corners lite has been coded by Cameron Cooke and Tim Hutchison, SyntaxHighlighter has been written by Alex Gorbatchev.
The pChart library is released under the GPL licence scheme until further notice.
pGeo Class :: World map drawing
The pGeo class is a side project intented to provide a drawing interface for world maps. It today allow yo highlight countries, scale the data, include rasters, 3D spherical projection... This isn't a finalised code but it may one day be shipped with the pChart classes. If you are interested by this project, just let me know : Motivation always help to produce code faster ;o)
<?php include("class/pGeo.earth.class"); include("class/pGeo.flat.class"); $Data = array("FR"=>10,"ES"=>5,"BR"=>1,"US"=>8); $flatMap = new flat(); $flatMap->doFlat($Data); $earth3D = new earth($flatMap->getImage(),array("Width"=>120,"Height"=>120,"Radius"=>55)); $earth3D->draw(array("AngleOffset"=>90)); $earth3D->render("output.png"); ?>