Looking for a way of visualizing public power generation data. Typical data set has 1–5 years of hourly data, and anything up to 30 columns. Needing to pan and zoom, and perhaps select sections. Needs to run on Linux.
The sometimes recommended TimeSearcher 2 is very shaky under Mono, and has unusual data format requirements.
EDIT: I'm looking to compare years of hourly generation data against regional demand. Some of the data streams may not have corresponding frequencies. I'm not looking for much programming input, as most of the analysis will be visual, so zooming and panning are important. There's unlikely to be a pre-made importer for the XML format used by the particular ISO, so I'd likely be spending the programming time on that. Not sure if I need any stats capabilities, though rolling daily/weekly averages/minima/maxima could be helpful.
I'm potentially going up against a very polished but misguided speaker in a few days who is using an entrenched industry position to ensure that expensive, polluting energy remains the status quo.