I am using Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2 Suite , which is free and open source under the Apache license. I use Calc, which is the spreadsheet program in the Apache OpenOffice suite. In order to get the time, you have to turn on show time in the MSI Afterburner monitoring tab. In order to get the information out of the log file created by MSI Afterburner monitoring tools, you have to import the .htm (html shorthand and is read-only until you make a copy or save as in a different folder) file via selecting openwith in the Windows context menu and selecting Calc in the OpenOffice folder (in Program Files (x86)). Now the important bit of info regarding importing the .htm log file into Calc is at the import window is to select the separator as comma only and check the box option to detect special characters. I made the initial mistake of adding more delimiters and my graphs initially did not render properly so, I found out that a " ' " character was added at the beginning of each number in the log. After the import, I just saved the file as a .ods file, which is supported on a lot of platforms such as Google Docs. I recommend renaming the "Sheet1" to something more unique then in the space next to original "Sheet1" tab click and add a new sheet to put your first graph. There is a insert graph option in the top menu, if you select Line Graph then the X value will almost always be time for framerate. You can select the Data Series tab to add one or more lines to the line graph. The first box in the Data Series selecting the name from the log spreadsheet and the y-values box for the data (i.e. framerate data). Any other info regarding Calc can be found with a search. Finally to get the graphs as a picture you have two options: export as PDF, but select Landscape as the page setup or the graph could get cut in half or do what I did and printscreen the graph then paste into Paint and crop to the graph. Finally save the graph as a .jpg (at 90% quality the graph was only using 100KB on average) or .png.