Java Real time graph plotting

I'm looking for a way to plot real time incremental graph having huge database at the backend. There will be millions of transactions which will be getting stored and graph should be reflecting changes in database on frequent basis; say every after a second. Any suggestions for Java API supporting real time graph plotting?


Here are two blog posts about real-time charts:

Your question seems to have been asked and answered here.

The person who asked appears to have used org.jfree.chart

I hope that helps.

If you want that you need to plot your graph in embedded environment having memory constraints then use JCC kit - free library for plotting graphs.

It uses less than 100kb.

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