Hi all,
I'm a relatively new
JSP programmer and am working on project that needs to display dynamic graphs in a web page. I stumbled across cewolf a couple days ago and it seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. I've managed to get the basic functionality that I need working (reading in data from a changing text file, outputting many different datasets on one plot in a web browser, etc) and cewolf has been perfect.
However, I've run into my first problem with cewolf that I can't seem to find a simple answer to and I was wondering if anyone here can help me out.
I'm tracking small fluctuations in temperature data and the changes I need to see are on the order of 0.1 degree increments with a total range change of 1-2 degrees. I've found that cewolf sets the y-axis range such that the minimum value can never be greater than 0. This means that my small temperature changes at 60 degrees are barely visible (graph looks basically like a straight line) because the y-axis is stuck with a minimum value of 0 (range 0-~65)...not very helpful for analyzing the data real time...
Is there any way to set the bounds for the axes on a cewolf graph?
This would also be really helpful later on when I want to implement "zooming" capabilities on my graphs...
Thanks so much in advance for any advice/help!