pie.chart.v.1

piepdf-pages

This is based on the original design as shown at PaperCamp. Since then, I have got to the point where the code generates a PDF of the pieces ready for printing/cutting.

Howto

  • Enter a comma-separate list of values for the pie chart.
  • The values must be whole numbers greater than 0 – anything else is ignored.
  • They do not need to add up to 100 – the values are scaled appropriately to fill the chart.



bar.chart.v.1

barpdf-pages

Howto

  • Enter a comma-separate list of values for the bar chart.
  • The values must be whole numbers greater than 0 – anything else is ignored.



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  2. Gary Gershon • March 22, 2010

    Nick, Next time you’re in London, stop by the Science Museum and see the exhibit in the Analog Computing section of 3D geometrical, parabolic, and hyperbolic shapes assembled similarly by building up criss-crossed paper frame members.

    I suppose those were hand-crafted in earlier years perhaps using an analog plotter and scissors. It would be interesting to feed your layouts into a MakerBot-like automated fabrication device and let the laser do the cutting.

    (BTW, Our shrinking intersecting world — I live outside of NYC and was in London last week for SOA/ESB meetings in More London Place. I had an afternoon free and visited the fabulous Science Museum in South Kensington. I navigated to your paper graphs blog page looking for an MQTT Arduino client to use with IBM’s RSMB and perhaps Pachube.)

    Gary

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