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Morris.js

Morris.js
Getting started Add morris.js and its dependencies (jQuery & Raphaël) to your page. 1 <link rel="stylesheet" href=" <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.9.0/jquery.min.js"></script>3 <script src="//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/raphael/2.1.0/raphael-min.js"></script>4 <script src=" If you don’t want to use the CDN-hosted assets, then you can extract them from the zip bundle and upload them to your own site. Your first chart Start by adding a <div> to your page that will contain your chart. Note: in order to display something, you’ll need to have given the div some dimensions. Next add a <script> block to the end of your page, containing the following javascript code: Assuming everything’s working correctly, you should see the following chart on your page: What Next? Check out the rest of the documentation: License Simplified BSD License:

Cross-Browser JavaScript/HTML5 Charts - dhtmlxChart dhtmlxChart is a JavaScript charting library for generating cross-browser HTML5 charts. It supports the most common chart types: line, spline, area, bar, pie, donut, scatter, and radar charts. For complex charting needs, you can create a chart series, plotted separately side by side, or stacked. You can also display a combination of different charts types on a single chart (e.g. combine line and bar charts). The charts can be loaded from XML, JSON, JavaScript array, or CSV and updated on the fly (by using Ajax) to show changing graphical data. Live demos Area Charts Bar Charts Column Charts Donut Chart Line Charts Pie Chart Radar Charts Scatter Charts Spline Charts The dhtmlxChart library is written in JavaScript using Canvas and works in all major web browsers: IE, FF, Safari, Opera, Chrome, or any other browsers based on Mozilla or the Webkit engine. As part of DHTMLX toolkit, dhtmlxChart is compatible with other DHTMLX components. View Feature Details Editions and Packages Licenses Download

Zoomooz.js Zoomooz is: 6KB gzipped and 18KB minified. This includes everything but jQuery. Make any web page zoom. Latest version: 1.1.9 (Nov 11, 2013, hacky fix for the back and forward buttons #66) Zoomooz is a jQuery plugin for making web page elements zoom. Quirky transformations You can zoom to elements that have been translated, scaled and skewed, and they will morph correctly. Try by clicking on these: Skew Scale Rotate There is some interesting stuff happening in the background to make the morphings work. Adding Zoomooz to your web page Just add this to your web page head and you should be up and running with Zoomooz: The easy way to zoom Simply add "zoomTarget" to the element you want to zoom to when clicked on: <div class="zoomTarget">This element zooms when clicked on. You can also add some additional attributes for tuning the animation as data fields of the element: <div class="zoomTarget" data-targetsize="0.45" data-duration="600">This element zooms when clicked on. Target 1 Target 2 Target 3 Target 4

Gantt - Editable JavaScript DHTML Gantt Chart with Rich API dhtmlxGantt is an open source JavaScript Gantt chart that helps you visualize a project schedule in a nice-looking chart. It can show the dependencies between tasks as lines and allows you to set up different relationships between tasks (finish-to-start, start-to-start, end-to-end). dhtmlxGantt provides flexible API and a large number of event handles, which gives you the freedom to customize it for your needs. Basic Gantt Chart Filtering and Zooming Hours Scale Baselines Critical Path Hiding/Showing Columns Export Data Loading Big Datasets Auto Scheduling Click the appropriate images to view the demo. Features Note that some features are available in the PRO Edition only. Easy Initialization With dhtmlxGantt, you can create a comprehensive tool for visual project management and provide the end users with a convenient way to schedule their activities. Fully Customizable Intuitive User Interface Rich Feature Set Export to PDF and PNG By default, the generated PDF/PNG document includes a watermark.

scroll kit RGraph - Free HTML5 and JavaScript charts Planetary.js - des globes en 3D via D3.js Sometimes you just need to see some code to get an idea started; here are a few examples of what you can build with Planetary.js. Basic Globe It doesn't get any simpler than this: just a static globe, built using built-in plugins with nothing up our sleeves! plugins: earthd3: projections Rotating Globe with Pings If there's one thing that's better than a globe, it's a globe that rotates. plugins: earth, pings, drag, zoomcustom pluginsd3: projections 2013 Seismic Activity Visualization A visualization of 2013 seismic activity. plugins: earth, pings, drag, zoomcustom pluginsd3: projections, scales, selections, events, external data

humble finance - html5 visualization HumbleFinance is an HTML5 data visualization tool written as a demonstration of interactive graphing in HTML5. It is similar to the Flash tool on The tool itself is written entirely in JavaScript, using the Prototype and Flotr libraries. It can be used to display any two 2-D data sets of real numerical data which share an axis. Demo: This demo displays historical stock data for Google from their IPO to March 5th, 2010. You can mouse over the chart for additional data, as well as zoom and pan the charts using the grey bottons. August 19, 2004 - January 11, 2005 HTML: (hide) <div id="finance"><div id="labels"><div id="financeTitle">NASDAQ:GOOG</div><div id="time"><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(5);">1w</a><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(21);">1m</a><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(65);">3m</a><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(127);">6m</a><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(254);">1y</a><a onclick="HumbleFinance.zoom(1265);">5y</a></div><div id="dateRange"></div></div></div>

Bilan de la datavisualisation en 2013 2013 was another exciting year for visualization. Between many new developments in data storytelling, a new wave of news graphics, new visualization blogs, better automated infographics, and visuals designed to hit you hard, it is difficult to decide what was most important. Here is a look back, and some ideas about where we’re going. Storytelling If there was a topic that clearly left its mark on 2013, it’s storytelling. Coming from me, this may not be a big surprise – after all, I predicted this at the beginning of the year. First, the academic world. Will this continue? Then, there are the conferences. 2013 saw the first Tapestry conference, a conference specific to storytelling with data; its second incarnation is just over a month away. And finally, products. I don’t see any of this losing steam, quite the opposite. 2014 is the year when a large number of people will have access to these new tools for the first time, and will start building stories. Automated Infographics

arbor.js AwesomeChartJS Description AwesomeChartJS is a simple Javascript library that can be used to create charts based on the HTML 5 canvas element. The main goal during development was to pick sane defaults in order to let the user create simple charts quickly with just a couple of lines of code. One can create at almost no time bar, pie, doughnut and Pareto charts. NOTE: If you are interested in a far more advanced, interactive JavaScript plotting library, take a look at Flot. Download You can get awesomechart.js from the project's github repository. License Copyright 2011 Georgios Migdos - Available under the terms of the Apache License v2.0 . Example Let's say we want to create a bar chart for the following data: Product Sales - 2010 Desktops: 1532 Laptops: 3251 Netbooks: 3460 Tablets: 1180 Smartphones: 6543 First, we have to define a canvas element in our html document: <canvas id="canvas1" width="300" height="300"> Your web-browser does not support the HTML 5 canvas element. This is the result:

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