I added a page to my SQL Developer Tips and Tricks page about integrating the Google Graph API with SQL Developer HTML reports.
I sometimes run out of steam with the built in chart and gauge capabilities of SQL Developer. With a little work you can leverage the Google Graph API to create Line, Bar, Pie Charts, Map, Scatter, Venn Diagrams, Radar Charts, QR Codes and Meters.
... or just use SQLPLUS to spool to HTML and open with a browser if you are old school :)
I am on week 4 of my newly reimaged work laptop sans Toad. I am trying to make a go of things with SQL Developer only. So far so good. I have a more comprehensive post on my transition in the works but in the meantime I have been filling in some gaps with User Defined Reports. I started collecting them here: https://github.com/dmann99/SQLDevUDRepPack
I came across a situation where the profiler.sql supplied with Metalink Doc: 243755.1 was giving some incomplete results. Because some of my PL/SQL code was executing very quickly it was rounding down to 0.00 and not even showing up on the 'Top 10' section.
Throughout profiler.sql there are timing numbers (unit = sends) that are rounded to 2 places. Looking in the comments for profiler.sql I noticed the last update was early 2007. Maybe Moore's law and CPU power has caught up with profiler.sql but I would recommend increasing the granularity of the script by doing the following: