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New It its simple you want
openoffice or powerpoint will do.

more complex, openoffice or excel will do.

Want to slice and dice your data, add regional info...try Tableau.


Think pivot tables on steroids. We used this to replace cognos.
Sure, understanding today's complex world of the future is a little like having bees live in your head. But...there they are.
New Well
I want to have a method of creating MS-DOC files that contain many reports, graphs, and bits of text. I'd prefer to run it on Linux. The data for the graphs will come via connection to Oracle.

So basically I want to script the pulling of the data, the creation of the graphs, the annotations and additional text, and create a final file that MS-Word can painlessly read.

But after seeing Tableau, I want that. How much does it cost, and can it do the thing I want as well as all it's other magic. I'm waiting for them to get back to me on the price, they don't have the server price on the web.
     Charts and graphs from data? - (crazy) - (16)
         How do you want to assemble them? - (static) - (4)
             Scripted if possible - (crazy)
             rrdt looks cool, but not for me. - (crazy) - (2)
                 It its simple you want - (beepster) - (1)
                     Well - (crazy)
         We are using a combo.... - (folkert) - (5)
             sweet looking - (beepster) - (4)
                 Simple enough. - (folkert) - (3)
                     You do realize ... - (drook) - (2)
                         With 1/4" margin, 11x17 tabloid. - (folkert) - (1)
                             Nah - (crazy)
         I use gnuplot for my charting. - (Another Scott) - (4)
             Any pie charts in there? -NT - (crazy) - (3)
                 Sure. - (Another Scott) - (2)
                     Not hard? - (crazy) - (1)
                         Yeah, it's a little obtuse. - (Another Scott)

No, it's too perilous.
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