Graphical data representation plugins

Jérôme Etévé jerome.eteve at
Thu Sep 2 12:49:44 BST 2010


some javascript/canvas based ones are flot (for jQuery), flotr (for protorype).


On 2 September 2010 12:37, Kristian Flint <kristian.flint at> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations, experience or comments
> around graphically representing data in a browser? I don¹t really have any
> requirements at the moment (whether it be something that runs server side or
> client side), the only real requirement is it must be reasonably
> straightforward for a competent designer to affect the look, or for a
> developer to be able to make it look like the designer wants.
> I¹ve used flot in the past (liked that it allowed me to do graceful
> degradation and accessible graphing by putting the table behind the graph)
> and a couple server side solutions that were so-so.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> Kristian

Jerome Eteve.
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