techan

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A visual, technical analysis and charting library built on D3. Build interactive financial charts for modern and mobile browsers. TechanJS utilises D3's reusable chart API pattern and currently supports a range of static and interactive plots.

techanjs.org
https://github.com/andredumas/techan.js

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d3 : ~4.2.6

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