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Welcome Team 5!

This is where each of you will be posting your research that we collect on our web application.  This includes your 3 comments for the week of October 26th.  If you have any questions let me know. [aromans@purdue.edu]

Don't get too worry about the project we will go step by step through it.

Ashley

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  1. Unknown User (aromans)

    Click the add comment link to make your posting.  Make sure you have three seperate ones.

  2. Unknown User (aromans)

    It was originally released on June 23, 2008.  They are currently on their 5th release which was released on January 28, 2009.

    [http://chartgizmo.com/blog/?cat=5]

  3. Unknown User (aromans)

    Chartgizmo is powered by WordPress. "WordPress is a state-of-the-art publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, web standards, and usability. WordPress is both free and priceless at the same time."

    [http://wordpress.org/]

  4. Unknown User (aromans)

    Chartgizmo has their own page of testimonials.  [http://chartgizmo.com/Testimonials]  Seems like they make chart making easy and fun.  Looks like we will have some fun with this project.

  5. Unknown User (zconner)

    If you are a webmaster and a data geek you will love chart gizmo. This totally free application will allow you to insert charts into your site.

    http://www.webbriefcase.net/2008-06/make-cool-web-charts-with-chart-gizmo/

  6. Unknown User (mgramke)

    Chartgizmo has a specific manual able for download that makes chart creation much easier! It breaks down all of the various charts you can make, and how to create them.

    http://chartgizmo.com/Manual

  7. Unknown User (zconner)

    Different Sources of data: static data, dynamic data from JavaScript code, dynamic data from html table on the page which will also allow you to import data from Excel

    http://www.webbriefcase.net/2008-06/make-cool-web-charts-with-chart-gizmo/

  8. Unknown User (emalone)

    One of the many features of Chartgizmo is data import from Excel is available.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  9. Unknown User (mgramke)

    You can create charts and place them on your website, blog and social network profiles. They are very universal and can be utilize in a variety of ways.

    http://www.webasdesktop.com/category/web-office/

  10. Unknown User (kpmcmaho)

    Data import from Microsoft Excel is available, making it easy to put already completed data into your chart.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  11. Unknown User (arrobbin)

    Chartgizmo can help businesses create charts or graphs showing how they grow as a company and what projects they are working on in an organized fashion.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  12. Unknown User (emalone)

    In the future, Chartgizmo is expected to have data collection, more diagram types, and more options to work with throughout the site.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  13. Unknown User (jyanos)

    ChartGizmo can be useful for those who need to visualize financial, scientific or other type of data.

    http://digg.com/software/Create_Stunning_Charts_Online

  14. Unknown User (kpmcmaho)

    There is a page that allows you to see examples of ChartGizmo in use and give you an idea of what kind of charts to expect from this application.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/examples.jsp

  15. Unknown User (kpmcmaho)

    A history feature is available, allowing one to simply collect and show your historical data.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  16. Unknown User (arrobbin)

    If someone wants to use ChartGizmo, he or she has the choice to pick the design of the chart or graph and the source data desired.  Customizing these is also an option.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  17. Unknown User (emalone)

    To design a chart there are usually 3 main components: 1. Labeling Data 2. Scales (x and y ranges) 3. Graphical elements (Bars, lines, Scatterplots, etc.)

    http://chartgizmo.com/Manual

  18. Unknown User (arrobbin)

    History feature is available on ChartGizmo. Collecting and showing data on this site can be accomplished in an organized manner.

    http://chartgizmo.com/jsp/features.jsp

  19. Unknown User (mgramke)

    ChartGizmo is completely free, but is costly to run. There are server costs,application maintenance costs, administration costs and legal costs, among others.  

    chartgizmo.com states:

    "We would really appreciate it if you would do one of several things:

    1. Tell everyone about this great free chart maker on forums you hang out at, in news letters, word of mouth. Just shout about ChartGizmo as loud as you can from the rooftops if you like.

    2. Link back to ChartGizmo from your website. Why not blog about us and link back to us from your blog. Add us to your social bookmark site of choice. Hell, why not video yourself making your chart design and put it up on youtube.

    3. Write us feedback.

    4. Make a direct donation of money via paypals donate system. No matter how small or large, all money is appreciated in helping with the operating costs."

    http://chartgizmo.com/blog/

  20. Unknown User (mgramke)

    Nigel Holmes suggests that you do not use the 3d feature. He commented on the blog on July 22nd, 2008

    http://chartgizmo.com/blog/?paged=2

  21. Unknown User (kpmcmaho)

    Dynamic [chart feature] creates JavaScript to display the chart based on the data, provided by the user, i.e. you can modify the existing data manually or create your own JavaScript to get or generate data and use our script to visualize it.”

    http://chartgizmo.com/blog/?p=31

  22. Unknown User (jyanos)

    chartgizmo.com is estimated to be worth $5657.5 USD

    http://www.websiteoutlook.com/www.chartgizmo.com

  23. Unknown User (mgramke)

    Maxim Kuchin MAY BE the creator, Still looking into details.

    http://www.linkedin.com/in/mkuchin

  24. Unknown User (mgramke)

    Also creator of Nameschecker.com

    http://nameschecker.com/

  25. Unknown User (jyanos)

    ChartGizmo is very popular in the Netherlands

    http://dataopedia.com/chartgizmo-com#

  26. Unknown User (jvalley)

    has an app for your phone where you can chart things on your phone and then send it to other places or co workers.

    http://www.imessengr.com/2007/09/gizmo-for-mobile-chat-with-gizmo-msn.html

  27. Unknown User (jyanos)

    "Reading information is one thing, but seeing it presented in a graphical way makes it so much more appealing and understandable."

    From www.lockergnome.com

    http://chartgizmo.com/Testimonials

  28. Unknown User (jvalley)

    it also has a manual and a self help page to make this simple program even simpler and easy to use.

    http://chartgizmo.com/

  29. Unknown User (jvalley)

    interacts with alot of other programs such as facebook, myspace, windowslive, digg, google, plus more.

    http://chartgizmo.com/

  30. "This is a list of software to create any kind of information graphics:
    either includes the ability to create one or more infographics from a provided data set
    either it is provided specifically for information visualization."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_information_graphics_software

  31. Here you can find the same information about ChartGizmo in different languages, like Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, Russian etc.

    http://www.redferret.net/?cx=partner-pub-5309379644426313%3Argoun6-8cmf&cof=FORID%3A11&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=ChartGizmo&sa.x=0&sa.y=0

  32. ChartGizmo is a Web-based, simple and powerful online tool to create interactive charts and graphs from static or dynamic data which may be generated using any scripting language.
    Support full updates and data streaming without reloading the web page. Support 3D customization, including perspective, lighting, rotation, border skins, anti-aliasing, transparencies, isometric projections, shadows, and more. Support automatic and manual layout and alignment management. Support fully customizable legends. Support export chart in a variety of formats including BMP, JPG, PNG and EMF.

    http://ignati.com/chartgizmo-online-chart-creator/

  33. You can also create charts by importing data from external sources such as Excel spreadsheets. The diagram types that ChartGizmo supports are Pie, Bar, Line, Ring, 3D Pie, 3D Bar, 3D Line, Candle, Scatterplot and TimeSeries. Once you have created a chart, you can customize it by adding title, background color and chart legends.

    http://ijaar.com/create-embeddable-charts-using-chartgizmo/

  34. You can customize all chart settings. Different sources of data: static data (can be imported from Excel), dynamic data from JavaScript code, dynamic data from html table on the page.

    http://www.webasdesktop.com/chartgizmo-free-online-charts-creation-tool/

  35. ChartGizmo is a web service that allows you to make charts easily without a spreadsheet program.

    https://bmsd.wikispaces.com/page/code/Math

  36. ChartGizmo is commonly used in Japan. In website http://web-tan.forum.impressrd.jp/e/2008/09/04/3720 one can find different chart builders sites with full explanation of the content, information whether site is free, interface language, etc.

  37. Unknown User (lolesova)

    IrinaPtitsyna says: http://rankeyjapan.iza.ne.jp/blog/entry/629276/

    ChartGizmo!?ChartGizmo!? http://www.chartgizmo.com/

    http://web-tan.forum.impressrd.jp/files/images/product_sc/psc11-07.jpg

    Nov 08, 2009 07:23 ( Permalink | Reply To This )

    IrinaPtitsyna says:
    ChartGizmo is commonly used in Japan. In website http://web-tan.forum.impressrd.jp/e/2008/09/04/3720 one can find different chart builders sites with full explanation of the content, information whether site is free, interface language, etc.

    Nov 08, 2009 07:31 ( Permalink | Reply To This )

    IrinaPtitsyna says: http://web-tan.forum.impressrd.jp/e/2008/09/04/3720#ps7

    Nov 08, 2009 07:44 ( Permalink | Reply To This )

    AlyonaIvanova says:
    You can also create charts by importing data from external sources such as Excel spreadsheets. The diagram types that ChartGizmo supports are Pie, Bar, Line, Ring, 3D Pie, 3D Bar, 3D Line, Candle, Scatterplot and TimeSeries. Once you have created a chart, you can customize it by adding title, background color and chart legends.

    http://ijaar.com/create-embeddable-charts-using-chartgizmo/

    Nov 08, 2009 20:35 ( Permalink | Reply To This )

    AlyonaIvanova says: http://www.webasdesktop.com/chartgizmo-free-online-charts-creation-tool/

    Nov 08, 2009 20:36 ( Permalink | Reply To This )