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Great business & scientific charts for your reports & your website


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GraPL & GraPL.NET

Great business & scientific charts have never been so easy

Oil production chartHave you ever wanted to produce a chart for a report, presentation, or website, and found that the tools you had were hard to use, produced ugly charts, or couldn't summarise your data in the way you wanted?

If so you need GraPL. GraPL lets you produce charts quickly and easily from your data. We have been developing the charting engine for the past 10 years, and it is currently used across a large range of industry, including food, electricity generation, banking, aerospace, government statistics, healthcare, insurance and academia worldwide.

GraPL

UK Interest rate chartis the easiest way yet to create good-looking charts on your PC. It combines a powerful charting engine, and data analysis suite with an easy to use office style interface. This lets you generate clear professional charts that stand out from the crowd.

Import data from your spreadsheet or database, and moments later you can have a chart ready for your report or presentation. Download your free trial copy now from http://www.grapl.com/download/, or browse http://www.grapl.com/desktop/ for more information.

GraPL.NET

www.grapl.comunleashes the power of GraPL on the Internet and your Intranet. Using GraPL.NET you can add powerful GraPL charts to your website. Generate dynamic VML/SVG or PNG charts based on your data, all from simple ASP scripts.

For more information visit http://www.grapl.com/net/

 


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