Haven't played around with it yet, but it seems fairly flexible. I've seen a few threads about generating charts. So maybe it will become useful to some people. And since you can execute 50,000 queries to their servers daily, there's no telling what kind of cool stuff people could come up with.
I wonder if they are saving this data, if so this is kinda scary.
Maybe someone can come up with some kind of class wrapper for this so you don't have to use those crazy urls.
It all depends on what information you're giving Google. If you're simply giving them random digits and some equivocal text, then Google can't do a whole lot with that, it's when Google start linking that with the actual purpose of the diagram - by possibly supplying a title to Google such as: "Fiscal diagram for MySite.com from the 14th of Oct to the 14th of Nov".
I could make a nice wrapper class for this, but I'd much prefer to keep all the image processing locally.
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