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   I need to know how can i find an easy and fast way (plug and play) to display on a graphic the data that i'm sending from my arduino, i'm working on it for tha last days and i can't find a suitable solution...

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on a graphic
On a graphic what?

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the data that i'm sending from my arduino,
What data would that be?

Have you looked at Processing?
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UECIDE has a simple grapher plugin - great for generating basic rolling line graphs...

Info on how to control it (using serial commands sent from the Arduino): http://uecide.org/wiki/index.php/Grapher
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i'm working on it for tha last days and i can't find a suitable solution...

If that is the case, then you should be able to give us examples of devices you looked at which were not suitable. Please give us some information about what is suitable. Otherwise, you're asking us to do the same time-wasting activity you claim to have already done, and with less information that you have - basically you're asking us to do the impossible.

For example, my answer is this: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8884 - or maybe even a touch screen. But that might be overkill for your project, there is no way for us to know, with the information given.
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