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Thanks all f you for replying.
Am I missing something?
Where is AI's dictionary? Is it scriptable at all?
====================== On 22 Oct, 2004, at 2:55 PM, Luca Pozzato wrote:
I would use applecript and illustrator’s (10 or CS) variable function.
first you must create a graph in illustrator choosing the preferred style
(chart, line, pie…) and add some data; then you have to bind that object to
a variable in the variables palette. You can create all the data set
manually in illustrator, but the point is that you can import your data
formatted as xml using applescript and the print all the dataset
I don't know if you are familiar with this feature but if you look at the
examples provided with the software you will realize its potential.
From: Bernardo Hoehl <email@hidden> Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 13:26:56 -0200 To: Applescript List <email@hidden> Subject: Creating a chart or graphic line...
I am posting this message on both AppleScript Studio and AppleScript Lists. Just thought my solution could come out as my own app or an existing app..
I have a little app that writes a log showing temperature in a furnace,
thermal expansion and time.
10:15, 230º C, 0.10% 10:45, 250º C, 0.15%
and so goes on... up to 800ºC
I would like to generate a chart, a graphic line displayed on screen, that could be printed, using x and y axes, using temperature and expansion values only.
I mean a graphic line like you would see printed in a newspaper in the stock exchange section.
1) How would you approach the problem? Use your own built app? Or use some exiting app?
2) Any tips of how to get it done?
Bernardo Hoehl Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
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