Yes, it is. Unfortunately our BIRT integration is not opensource and won't be on the Juno Eclipse Release. We'll try to release it on the following release of eclipse.
Sorry for the somewhat negative answer.
With these two technologies you can do a lot. In the demo application I showed at the Eclipse Day Paris this year, I have displayed a Bargraph in the SVG Field. Rendered in SWING, SWT and Rayo. (Slides).
For the moment (with Juno Release) you need to compute the SVG Code yourself. Many Libraries (JFreeChart, BIRT, Google Chart... ) can generate the code for you, but you need to bind them in your application yourself.
When Stefan is mentioning BIRT, he is speaking integration of BIRT in Scout.
Check-out the preview branch for SVG and RAP integration.
This is provided 'as is', for the moment I did not took time to write a presentation or an installation guideline (you need to set-up the derby database with the provided scripts, and modify the config.ini to work with your database). There is also no warranty that the code will work with the last Scout RT and SDK nightly build (I do not remember which version I have used. I plan to update the code when trunc is more stable maybe with M3 or M4 release of Juno).