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Over on travel.SE our member Roflcopter has been working on some tools to compliment the site via its API.

But we don't yet have a nice plot of our number of views and users over time because the sample times (the X-axis) is a bit random rather than constant and we don't know a tool to plot it.

I thought there might be a webapp like WolframAlpha that did plots as one of its services or as its only service.

Is there a web app that could plot our CSV data in a nice graph without requiring a constant X-axis?

For bonus points it would be nice to overlay both stats on a single graph.

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Is it normal to downvote and closevote on this Stack Exchange without giving reasons? On most sites it's considered polite to leave constructive comments along with such actions. –  hippietrail Nov 10 '11 at 13:33
    
IBM's Many Eyes looks like a good contender but I can't figure out how to get the x-axis to work with dates or timestamps. –  hippietrail Nov 10 '11 at 20:18
    
Wolfram Alpha has just launched a "Pro" variant which allows uploading and inputting data, including in CSV format. But so far I haven't been able to get it to plot the data in my CVS file. (I ended up writing a JavaScript tool to plot the data using Google Charts' "Annotated Timeline".) –  hippietrail Feb 22 '12 at 11:02

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