Quickly graph data by selecting text on a webpage.
GraphThat allows the user to generate graphs from numerical data found on the web quickly and easily. Simply select the text and graph! It supports datasets in columns or rows, and graphs scatter plots, line charts, and bar charts. How to Use: 1. Select the numerical data on the webpage that you would like to graph. 2. Click on the extension icon in the toolbar. 3. In the popup choose the options: a. Is the data in columns (default) or rows? b. Is the first row (or col) the names of datasets? c. Is the first col (or row) the x-axis labels for the datasets? 4. Click on the icon for the type of graph desired. If valid data was selected, a new window will open with the desired graph. 5. Hide or show datasets by clicking on their name in the legend. 6. Add titles for graph and axes by entering text in the box and clicking the appropriate button to add the title. 7. Optionally save the graph as a PNG file by right-clicking on the graph and selecting "Save Image As...".