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Front end libraries for visualisation

14 April 2016 No Comment

Below is a list of front-end javascript libraries for building charts and graphs.

  • Arbor – graph visualization library using web workers and jQuery.
  • C3 – D3-based reusable chart library
  • Chart.js – open source HTML5 Charts visualizations.
  • Chartist.js – another open source HTML5 Charts visualization.
  • Crossfilter – JavaScript library for exploring large multivariate datasets in the browser. Works well with dc.js and d3.js.
  • Cubism – JavaScript library for time series visualization.
  • Cytoscape – JavaScript library for visualizing complex networks.
  • DC.js – Dimensional charting built to work natively with crossfilter rendered using d3.js. Excellent for connecting charts/additional metadata to hover events in D3.
  • D3 – javaScript library for manipulating documents.
  • D3Plus – A fairly robust set of reusable charts and styles for d3.js.
  • Echarts – Baidus enterprise charts.
  • Envisionjs – dynamic HTML5 visualization.
  • FnordMetric – write SQL queries that return SVG charts rather than tables
  • Google Charts – simple charting API.
  • Grafana – graphite dashboard frontend, editor and graph composer.
  • Highcharts – simple and flexible charting API.
  • Metricsgraphic.js – a library built on top of D3 that is optimized for time-series data
  • NVD3 – chart components for d3.js.
  • Peity – Progressive SVG bar, line and pie charts.
  • Plot.ly – Easy-to-use web service that allows for rapid creation of complex charts, from heatmaps to histograms. Upload data to create and style charts with Plotly’s online spreadsheet. Fork others’ plots.
  • Recline – simple but powerful library for building data applications in pure Javascript and HTML.
  • Sigma.js – JavaScript library dedicated to graph drawing.
  • Zing Charts – JavaScript charting library for big data.

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