Saturday, 6 April 2013

Figuratively speaking

Just a quick post to make a collective note of some of the few graphing libraries I am attempting to try out over the coming weeks. Base frameworks like D3.js and Raphael.js appear great, but might just be involve too much work if all I want to do is throw together a quick few visualisations.

A multi-dimensional charting library built to work natively with crossfilter and rendered using D3.js.

Re-usable charts and chart components for D3.js.

Graphing library that takes many ideas from the Grammar of Graphics and the R library ggplot2, and adds interactive elements for usage on the Web.

Interactive charting library supporting many, MANY types of visualisation!

Simple HTML5 Charts using the canvas element. Currently doesn't support interactivity, but looks great.

Plotting library for jQuery, with a focus on simple usage, attractive looks and interactive features.

JS toolkit for creating interactive time series graphs.

YUI Charts
A charting module based on the YUI library.

Yet another D3.js based library. Some of the examples don't appear to work currently.

A fork of Flotr which removes the dependency on Prototype and a few enhancements.

Now it may turn out that most of these end up going unused, but hopefully that means I would have found the best fit library and will stick with it!

1 comment:

Debra Mauldin said...

Thanks for sharing this list of graphing libraries. I'm sure I will find some useful resources among them. :)
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