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NEEDED: Comprehensive Finance Charting API

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Dear Java-lovers,

We need a really good charting tool for the users to do all kind of
things to the graphs, but we don't have time to develop one, so we
decided to purchase an existing one out there. The basic requirements
are as follows:

* coded in Java
* source code can be purchased
* includes drawing features (e.g. trend, fibonacci, notes... etc.)
* includes studies (moving average, bolinger bands... etc.)

Basically the more features and the more customizable the features are
the better. We've examined many, including JChart, EasyChart, and
FreeChart, but the functionalities are not comprehensive enough for
serious finance technical analysis.

Your help is sincerely appreciated.
Thank you.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Have you looked at JFreeChart?

Geoffrey wrote:
Dear Java-lovers,

We need a really good charting tool for the users to do all kind of
things to the graphs, but we don't have time to develop one, so we
decided to purchase an existing one out there. The basic requirements
are as follows:

* coded in Java
* source code can be purchased
* includes drawing features (e.g. trend, fibonacci, notes... etc.)
* includes studies (moving average, bolinger bands... etc.)

Basically the more features and the more customizable the features are
the better. We've examined many, including JChart, EasyChart, and
FreeChart, but the functionalities are not comprehensive enough for
serious finance technical analysis.

Your help is sincerely appreciated.
Thank you.

Jul 17 '05 #2

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Yes. But JFreeChart is only for static input...
David Rabinowitz <da*@cs.huji.ac.il> wrote in message news:<c3**********@news.iucc.ac.il>...
Have you looked at JFreeChart?

Geoffrey wrote:
Dear Java-lovers,

We need a really good charting tool for the users to do all kind of
things to the graphs, but we don't have time to develop one, so we
decided to purchase an existing one out there. The basic requirements
are as follows:

* coded in Java
* source code can be purchased
* includes drawing features (e.g. trend, fibonacci, notes... etc.)
* includes studies (moving average, bolinger bands... etc.)

Basically the more features and the more customizable the features are
the better. We've examined many, including JChart, EasyChart, and
FreeChart, but the functionalities are not comprehensive enough for
serious finance technical analysis.

Your help is sincerely appreciated.
Thank you.

Jul 17 '05 #3

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