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Flot Animator is a free jQuery plugin that will add smooth or gradual animations to Flot charts.It will allow you to highlight and draw attention to some charts and/or series by easily adding animation to your existing charts.
This plugin will read the original data array and will build a second array containing all the frames needed for the animation: the new array length will be equal the total animation frames.
A few extensions require jQuery, but here all we need is d3 and the Rickshaw library itself. Instantiate a graph, and then render it. For more along this path, check out the tutorial and also see our examples listing.
jquery.spidergraph is a simple module that creates nice looking, interactive spidergraphs in HTML5, using the canvas element.
- illustrating scaled quantitative data for several subjective attributes
- overlaying multiple data measurements for attribute comparison
- visualizing the intersection of several data measurements
CHAP Links Library is a web based visualization library for displaying graphs, networks, and timelines.The library is specially designed to be easy to use, to handle large amounts of data, and to enable manipulation of the data. The library consists of Graph, Graph3d, Network, Timeline, and Treegrid.
Charts are a great visual aid when presenting data. You can’t build a professional admin panel without them. They are also tricky to set up. However, there is a new library that makes things easier – xCharts. Today, we are going to use it along with the daterange picker for Twitter Bootstrap, to build a pretty, AJAX-powered chart for your web application that fetches data from a MySQL table.
Smoothie Charts is a really small charting library designed for live streaming data. I built it to reduce the headaches I was getting from watching charts jerkily updating every second. What you’re looking at now is pretty much all it does. If you like that, then read on.