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http://www.graphyourinbox.com/ Graph Your Inbox is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to graph Gmail activity over time. hope this helps.

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You can use the Google-Chart-API to draw dynamically charts (up to a size of 300,000 pixels, 1000px max in each dimension). You can play with the API over at the playground. this is an example of the data you have given: How to create such chart? Copy the URL of the diagram above Go over to the playground. Put the URL of the diagram into the URL field ...

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You can use Google Docs - Spreadsheet to create a graph based on data you insert. Probably not on a dynamic, real time scale, but you can still get a graph out, just like you could in Excel.

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To get the desired result edit your chart and change the type to Scatter and uncheck the Use column A as labels.

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mediawiki-core is mirrored on GitHub, so that should work for the first part of your question. More generally, I don't know of a service that will automatically show a network graph for any Git repository.

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x= -2 (-5 + t) (1) y= 5 + t (2) t = y - 5; Substitute into (1) y = -(1/2)x + 10 ContourPlot[x^2 + y^2 == 25 , y == -(1/2)x + 10] You can also try the reverse and change to parametric. That could be left as an exercise.

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I believe there is no way to create a chart from a single column, you have to count the occurrences of the words first. Use the COUNTIF-function. Here's an example: Single Column Pie Chart If you look at the two cells where the occurrences of the words is counted you can see two ways. Either searching for the content of a referenced cell or a static string....

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Never mind, I found the solution. It was because my data was text format (despite changing the formatting many times in the format options). To counteract this I had to make another table which used =VALUE(cell) on each piece of data. This gave me the numerical value allowing me to make graphs successfully.

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Use ListPlot option Joined->False

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WolframAlpha is only a limited subset of what the software behind it (Mathematica) can do. The computation time and complexity restriction is in place to make it harder to flood the server with request to bring it down.

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