Bar Graph MDI is a GRML, CSV, and text delimited file and web browser. It displays files and web pages using 6 graphs. There are bar, pie, stacked bar, 3D bar, 3D pie, and 3D stacked bar graphs. Each has a legend, color-coding, and dimension labels.
Bar Graph MDI is a GRML, CSV, and text delimited file and web browser. It displays files and web pages using 6 graphs. There are bar, pie, stacked bar, 3D bar, 3D pie, and 3D stacked bar graphs. Each has a legend, color-coding and measurement labels.
The browser has an address bar and supports multiple browser windows. Each browser window supports input controls and displays a graph. To select a graph, there is a graph toolbar with buttons representing each type of graph. When a file or web page is loaded, press a button on this toolbar to create a graph of the content.
Browser windows reside in the workspace. The workspace explorer allows navigation of browser windows in the workspace. The details window shows details about files and web pages. The history window loads and saves file and web page requests. Any file or web page request sent using the address bar appears here.
The legend window shows the color-coding for graph items. Each graph supports a maximum of 50 items.
GRML supports input controls. GRML, CSV, and text delimited files and web pages support columns and results. The columns and results support a view. This allows different graphs to be used on the same columns and results. It allows CSV and text delimited formats to create the different graphs.
There is GRML 2.0 support. This is the smallest, easiest to parse, and easiest to read version available. File sizes are smaller, there are more formatting options, and options to make the markup langauge more human-readable. Data corruption is minimized.
GRML supports a name in its syntax. This supports dimensions in a file or web page. Viewing multiple files, or web pages (such as search results, product listings, or news headlines) is possible in one file or web page using a dimension for each. To create a dimension, content is given a name. A drop-down list displays the available content by name. To view desired content, select its name in the drop-down list for display.