I’ve mentioned a number of nice charting libraries most recently NCICharts which allows you to create dynamic line graphs with support for zooming and a large number of customization options.
Here’s an open source charting library called Echart from Scott Zhu that has a number of nice features that set it apart.
Charts made with Echart look good with nice animations, events are triggered when the user interacts with different parts of the chart, and there is support for pie charts, bar charts, and line charts.
There are also nice features for labeling, displaying informative boxes for more detailed information, and other nice cosmetic features.
Here’s an animation from the readme showing Echarts bar charts from the readme:
You can find EChart on Github here.
An example is included showing how to create each of the charts within Echart.
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