Experiments with the Google Chart API

March 26, 2009 at 9:05 pm | Posted in Programming | Leave a comment

In 25 years of programming I blogged about the lines of code I have written in several programming languages. I am experimenting with the Google Chart API and created a graphical overview of my personal top 7. Result:

Top 10

The url to generate the pie chart:

http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=p3&chtt=Top+7&chts=0000ff,32&chd=t:100,70,20,20,5,5,2,3&chs=650x250&chl=C%20(100000)|C%23%20(70000)|Java%20(20000)|C%2B%2B%20(20000)|Pascal%20(5000)|PV~Wave%20(5000)|Basic%20(2000)|Other%20(3400)|


The next bar chart shows all the other languages in which I programmed less than 1000 lines.

The url to generate the bar chart:

http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?cht=bhs&chtt=Other+languages&chts=0000ff,32&chs=350x300&chxt=x,r&chxl=0:|0|1000|1:|Lisp/Scheme|Assembly|Fortran|Perl|Python|Boo|Nemerle|F%23|Ruby&chd=t:1,2,2,2,2,10,20,100,100

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