I need to build a tool/add-in for ArcGIS 10 which will display a time distribution plot at the location where mouse is clicked. The TOC consists of results of a simulation at different time instants. For the clicked point, the tool should read-in the output values at different time instants from TOC and plot it as a graph and show it as a pop-up.
So far, I have managed to draw the time distribution graphs for a set of points stored in a shapefile and save it to a working folder with a Python script but couldn't manage to get X,Y coordinates for the clicked point and enter it as input and then display the plot at the end. I have really no idea if Python supports mouse-click events like VB does.
If it is not possible with Python, which other language should I turn to (e.g., VB.net)?