Raphael is the only dependency. I’ve tested the examples with Raphael 2.0 and they appear to work correctly, but please report bugs through GitHub.
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- Line graphs
- Bar graphs
- Clarity: Use of white-space to help lend clarity to graphs, nominal scale vs. ordinal scale
- Simplicity: Minimal use of decorations and lines, reliance on the Gestalt principle of closure
- Conciseness: Avoidance of graph types that don’t efficiently present data (pie charts, radar maps)
These goals are based on recommendations in Stephen Few’s books:
- Show Me the Numbers: Designing Tables and Graphs to Enlighten
- Information Dashboard Design
Which was generally in turn based on Edward Tufte’s work.
Built with QUnit and Node unit tests.
- Humanize labels: rather than showing 1,000,000 optionally show “1m”
See index.html for current API usage. This will change as I evolve the API to support the targeted graph types.