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Re^3: How to add two array data into one GD plot?

by BrowserUk (Pope)
on Jul 29, 2012 at 21:41 UTC ( #984314=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: How to add two array data into one GD plot?
in thread How to add two array data into one GD plot?

Hm. You could just combine the two datasets into a single dataset. But that doesn't produce a very inspiring graph:

#! perl -slw use strict; use GD::Graph::bars; my @d1 = ( [ "2010/03/29 14:00:00", "2010/03/29 14:00:00", "2010/04/29 14:00: +00", "2010/04/29 14:00:00" ], [ 13, 15, 20, 21 ], ); my $g1 = GD::Graph::bars->new( 1000, 800 ); my $img1 = $g1->plot( \@d1 ); open PNG, '>:raw', "$0.png" or die $!; print PNG $img1->png; close PNG; system "$0.png";

or maybe you need to retain two datasets and just combine the labels, to give this:

#! perl -slw use strict; use GD::Graph::bars; my @d1 = ( [ "2010/03/29 14:00:00", "2010/04/29 14:00:00" ], [ 13, 15 ], [ 20, 21 ], ); my $g1 = GD::Graph::bars->new( 1000, 800 ); my $img1 = $g1->plot( \@d1 ); open PNG, '>:raw', "$0.png" or die $!; print PNG $img1->png; close PNG; system "$0.png";

.

Or maybe I've combined the values the wrong way and what you want is this

#! perl -slw use strict; use GD::Graph::bars; my @d1 = ( [ "2010/03/29 14:00:00", "2010/04/29 14:00:00" ], [ 13, 20 ], [ 15, 21 ], ); my $g1 = GD::Graph::bars->new( 1000, 800 ); my $img1 = $g1->plot( \@d1 ); open PNG, '>:raw', "$0.png" or die $!; print PNG $img1->png; close PNG; system "$0.png";

And maybe you want a gap between the two this

#! perl -slw use strict; use GD::Graph::bars; my @d1 = ( [ "2010/03/29 14:00:00", undef, "2010/04/29 14:00:00" ], [ 13, undef, 20 ], [ 15, undef, 21 ], ); my $g1 = GD::Graph::bars->new( 1000, 800 ); my $img1 = $g1->plot( \@d1 ); open PNG, '>:raw', "$0.png" or die $!; print PNG $img1->png; close PNG; system "$0.png";

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