Today, it is practically impossible to offer a dashboard devoid of pictorial or graphical representations. Representation of the graphs, charts, and pictures enables the users to easily comprehend the large statistics or complex sets of data. Apart from that, a good graph enhances the look and feel of your web design.
If you use npm, use the following command to install the D3, else you can download the latest release
The release bundle supports anonymous AMD, vanilla environments and CommonJS.
Advantages of using Fusion Chart:
1. Less load on your servers
2. Easy installation
4. Simple and easy to use
5. Multiple platforms support
6.Large varieties of charts and maps
You can easily install the FusionCharts via npm package management software.
Google charts are based on HTML5/SVG and VML for an older version of IE. It provides widely used chart types like bar, area, pie and gauges. It is free to use, but not an open-source. According to Google’s licensing policy, it doesn't allow you to host their JS files on your server.
When dealing with extremely large data sets, Dygraphs offers the ultimate solution. It is interactive and highly customizable: using options and custom callbacks. It is free and boasts of an active community support for development. It has a strong support for error bars and an active community for development and support.
To download and setup guide go to https://gionkunz.github.io/chartist-js/getting-started.html
What’s your favorite JS charting library, and why? Share your thoughts in the comments below.