NOTE! If the gif isn't correct you have to repost the result with the button Reload.
After saving your Graph you can use the gif to create a graph Texture Map in VRML.
You can also find the source code at CPAN authors/Fabrizio_Pivari/
With version 2.0 in the source code you can find a CGI-BIN program with the same features of the PERL script
graphmaker [-options ...] where options include: -help print out this message -conf file the configuration file (default graphmaker.cnf)If you want to change the default parameters you have to edit graphmaker.cnf (de fault) or you can to use other configuration file using the option [-conf file]
These are the parameters that you can change in graphmaker.cnf
# # Configure the value of the variables # # It's better if $MAXVALUE -$MINVALUE is a $NUMBERYCELLGRIDESIZE divisible # number NUMBERYCELLGRIDSIZE: 8 MAXYVALUE: 7748 MINYVALUE: 6500 XCELLGRIDSIZE: 18 # both 96 or 1996 are correct # Remember 0 is January, 1 February ... YEAR: 96 MONTH: 8 #($MONTH,$YEAR) = (localtime(time))[4,5]; # input file in the form # day:number Data: ./graphmaker.dat # output gif Graph: ./graphmaker.gif # $Bar: 1 Bar Diagram Bar: 1 # $Average: 1 for Average Line Average: 1 #$Title: Graph Maker 2.1 Title: ENI: Milan Stock Exchange # # Colour # Default Transparent Background: yes Transparent: no # Background RGB Colour: 255,255,255 Rbgcolour: 0 Gbgcolour: 255 Bbgcolour: 255 # Foreground RGB Colour: 0,0,0 Rfgcolour: 0 Gfgcolour: 0 Bfgcolour: 0 # Default line or bar RGB Colour: 0,0,255 Rcolour: 0 Gcolour: 0 Bcolour: 255 # Average colour Racolour: 255 Gacolour: 255 Bacolour: 0