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Create a Twitter Mood Graph With Ruby

Shows how to talk to the Twitter search API directly then produce a chart of our findings using the Google Chart API. Lets you search for posts Twitter considers to have �positive� or �negative� attitudes, then draw a chart of our findings. 

Added: 2009-02-05
Twitter 
Java Wrapper for Google Chart API

A Java 1.4 wrapper for the Google Chart API. Supports all the features of the Chart API. 

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
Ruby Wrapper for Google Charts API

From the site: gchartrb is a Ruby wrapper around the Google chart API.It provides a nice object oriented interface with friendly names, and methods to populate data. 

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
ASP.NET Implementation of Google Chart API

ASP.NET implementation of the Google Charts API 

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
Javascript Wrapper for Google Charts API

From the site:GChart is a small piece of javascript (packed 2.4kb) that enables using the Google Chart API in a convenient way. GChart translates passed options to a url that can be used to request a chart from the Google Chart API.  

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
Python Wrapper for Google Chart API

Python wrapper for the Google Chart API. The wrapper can render the URL of the Google chart. 

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
PHP Wrapper for Google Chart API

from the site:PHP Object wrapper for the Google Chart API. A simple PHP Object wrapper for the Google Chart API. Should help anyone who needs to automate the building of the Google Chart url. Supports all types of charts.  

Added: 2008-07-07
GoogleChart 
Intro to Google Charts and gchartrb

Good, detailed introduction to using Ruby gem gchartrb for working with the Google Chart API. 

Added: 2008-06-05
GoogleChart 
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