for creating dynamic graphs on IBM developerWorks.
"Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based language for drawing two-dimensional graphics. The ability to render graphics on the fly lends itself naturally to using it for representing data such as graphs. But suppose the data being represented varies in its magnitude. You may want to graph values between 0 and 10 today, and between 0 and 100,000 tomorrow. Plotting these values on the same scales would be useless -- ideally, you want the ability to scale SVG graphs depending on their content. Author Brian Venn shows you how.
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