Archive for the ‘Charts’ Category

How to Create Interactive JavaScript Charts from Custom Data Sets

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Charts are a great way of visualizing complex data quickly and effectively. Whether you want to identify a trend, highlight a relationship, or make a comparison, charts help you communicate with your audience in a precise and meaningful manner. In my p...

Getting Started with AnyChart — 10 Practical Examples

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If your website is data-intensive, then you will need to make that data easy to visualize, normally by means of a JavaScript charting library. However such libraries a dime a dozen and they all have slightly different capabilities, so how do you know w...

SVG Charting Libraries

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I rounded up the ones I know about, mentioned a bunch of considerations you might want to think about when choosing, and linked up some demos. And don't forget you can create them by yourself, too! Direct Link to Article — Permalink SVG Charting...

An Introduction to Chart.js 2.0 — Six Simple Examples

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If your website is data-intensive, then you will need to find a way to make that data easy to visualize. Humans, after all, are not wonderful at understanding long lists of raw numbers. That's where charts and graphs come in — they can make complicat...

Chart.js – Flexible JavaScript Charting for Developers

Advertise here via BSAChart.js is a simple yet flexible JavaScript charting for designers & developers. Chart.js merges configurations and options in a few places with the global defaults using chart type defaults and scales defaults. This way you...

Chartd – Responsive and Retina-Compatible Charts

Advertise here via BSAAt StatHat, they make a lot of charts. They creates dynamic, autoupdating charts using JavaScript, but we also send charts via email and to external services like Campfire and Slack. Plus, they let users embed charts on their o...