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Gincker - Graphics

Gincker - Graphics

A Playground for Charts and Graphics without Code

Bringing Developers and Users Together
Providing the Same Development Environment to Developers and Users

Creating Charts and Graphics for Any Math Function or Data

Gincker makes graphics creation as easy as using a calculator, and graphics delivery and sharing as simple as posting a Tweet. With Gincker, you can create charts and graphics, ranging from simple to sophisticated, just by typing in a mathematic formula, pasting a dataset, or uploading a data file; you don’t need to write a single line of code or rely on any special software package.

  • Simple Interface: Gincker converts different applications into templates. It implements a common interface and standardized input/output format by encapsulating and centralizing all the programming and implementation details internally. As long as you work through one template, you will be able to use all the other templates to create advanced charts and graphics. This is because all templates on Gincker share the same user interface and input/output formats. You can simply go to, select a proper template, and create your desired graphics out of the box.
  • Software as a Template: Over 50 templates on the current release of Gincker not only show the power and capability of the platform, but also illustrate the procedure and format used in creating those graphcs. These templates cover a broad range of applications, including 2D line charts, bar charts, pie charts, 3D charts, 3D shapes, 2D and 3D complex-variable charts, vector-streamline charts, contour, fractal, statistical distribution functions, financial charts, technical indicators, trading strategies, backtesting etc. In addition, more templates will be added to Gincker over time.
  • Powerful Math Parser: The math parser on Gincker allows you to build charts and graphics by entering a standard math formula with different parameters. For example, the formula sin(sqrt(x^2 + y^2))/(sqrt(x^2 + y^2) + a) will generate a 3D sinc chart; while the formula sin(z^(a+b)/((x^a+i*y^b)^c+d*i)) will produce a pretty domain-coloring chart for the complex-variable function (here z = x + i*y and i = sqrt(-1) is an imaginary number). Note that a, b, c, d in the formula are parameters, which can be specified separately.
  • Customization: Gincker provides rich configuration options that allows you to customize your charts and graphics. For example, Gincker provides 13 different categorical color schemes that can be used to specify colors for different chart series. Gincker also consists of over 100 different colormaps that define the color schemes for various types of visualizations, such as surface and heatmap charts. You can also customize the other elements for your charts and graphics, such as chart title, axis, gridline, background color, interaction with graphics, etc.

Output from Gincker Graphics - A Unique URL Link

Gincker allows you to save your work to gincker - a unique URL link. The saved gincker can not only provide output results, but also bring the development environment directly to users. Users can use the gincker to regenerate, manipulate, modify, and customize graphics or trading strategies

  • Dynamic Results: The output from Gincker is a URL link called gincker. This gincker can be embedded in websites, incorporated into applications, or integrated into research papers. Users can also bookmark the gincker for later use or share it with friends, colleagues, or other users. The advantage of ginckers over the static output results from traditional software packages is that a gincker can bring the development environment to users and deliver dynamic content - users can use gincker to regenerate, manipulate, modify, or customize the results to meet their requirements.
  • Communication Tool: The gincker has an extremely small file size - it is simply a single line of text with the format: "{template}#{xxxxxxxxxx}", which is shorter than a Tweet. It consists of three parts:, which is our website name, the template name, and ten randomly generated characters that are used to identify the gincker. Therefore, exchanging ginckers over the Internet will be much faster and more efficient than thansmitting large graphics or image files. The gincker links will become an effective communication tool in our daily life.
  • Live gincker: For demonstration, we have created a variety of charts and graphics on Gincker and saved the results to ginckers. You can click the free ginckers link to access over a hundred free ginckers. From there you can click on any image to see the live charts or graphics regenerated by its gincker. Click this paid ginckers link to access over a hundred paid ginckers. From there, you can purchase any ginckers. After completing your payment, Gincker will send you the gincker links by email. You can then use these gincker links to generate the live charts and graphics.

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