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Digits to Charts

, 9 Jun 2006
This article presents several XSLT stylesheets for converting XML numerical data to eye-candy HTML bar charts.
xsltcharts_src.zip
Stylesheets
Bar-simple
bar-simple.xsl
Bar-overlaid
bar-overlaid.xsl
Bar-normalized
bar-normalized.xsl
Bar-stacked
bar-stacked.xsl
Hist-normalized
hist-normalzed.xsl
Hist-simple
hist-simple.xsl
Hist-stacked
hist-stacked.xsl
Hist-overlaid
hist-overlaid.xsl
all-in-one.xsl

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Dmitry Khudorozhkov
Software Developer Freelance software engineer
Russian Federation Russian Federation
Dmitry Khudorozhkov began programming (and gaming) with his ZX Spectrum in 1989. Having seen and used all IBM PCs from early XT to the latest x64 machines, now Dmitry is a freelance programmer, living in Moscow, Russia. He is a graduate of the Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (Applied Mathematics).

He is proficient in:

- C/C++ - more that 9 years of experience. Pure Win32 API/MFC desktop programming, networking (BSD/Win sockets), databases (primarily SQLite), OpenGL;

- JavaScript - more that 6 years of experience. Client-side components, AJAX, jQuery installation and customization;

- Firefox extensions (immediatelly ready for addons.mozilla.org reviewing) and Greasemonkey scripts. As an example of extensions Dmitry made you can search for FoxyPrices or WhatBird Winged Toolbar;

- XML and it's applications (last 2 years): XSLT (+ XPath), XSD, SVG, VML;

- ASP.NET/C# (webservices mostly);

Also familiar with (= entry level):

- PHP;

- HTML/CSS slicing.

Trying to learn:

- Ruby/Ruby-on-Rails;

- Czech language.

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