I hope this script will be useful. Webestools – Any full or partial copy of our creations is prohibited without the permission of it authors. All quoted trademarks belong to their respective companies. Recently, however, D3 has really caught my eye. There is a D3 prototyping tool called Tributary with many great examples.
It’s so good that xcharts, nvd3, Rickshaw, Cubism. I love the JSFiddle examples and powerful features. They also have backward compatibility with IE8. It is really excellent for large data sets.
Query plugin that converts an element’s content into a simple CANVAS mini pie, line or bar chart. It comes with great features like legend support, negative value support, mouse tracking, selection support, zoom support, event hooks, css styling support, text included into the canvas, rotated labels, color gradients, graph title and subtitle, spreadsheet, CSV data download and much more. HTML5 canvas charts driven by HTML table elements. The free version has a watermark which can be removed by paying for a license. It is simple and easy to understand. It has a really compact API and non-core layout is done via CSS. Dojo, then Dojo’s charting library is a great solution for making charts and graphs.