Various bits of information that don't fit elsewhere. This page is well
worth reading just in case any of the titbits apply to you or your
situation. There's an index list that you can scan to make it quicker.
Margin sizing tool
A simple margin sizing tool that may help you with the size of your
charts margins. Simply drag the gray part of the tool around (which
represents the main part of your chart) and the sizes are updated
for you automatically.
Some common issues to be aware of. Note: Some of these issues
are quite old and therefore may not apply to your situation. Like the
above item, this is worth reading just in case anything applies to you.
If you want to delve into the code of the RGraph libraries then the API
documentation is a good place to start. It's quite extensive (there's
a lot there) so you may find that simply delving into it and getting the
information that you want may be a good way of getting through this page.
The RGraph TODO list
The TODO list will tell you of planned upcoming changes and additions
to RGraph. It also shows you items that have been completed recently.
It's not an extensive list by any means (translation: I don't always
remember to fill this out!)
The RGraph changelog
The changelog tells you of changes, updates and additions to the
RGraph libraries. Check the changelog and the release notes
(which are linked from this page) before you upgrade to find out any changes
that might apply to you.
Occasionally backwards-compatibility breaks have to be made - this page
tells you about them.
You should also look through the relevant release notes before upgrading
and look for anything that might apply to you.