hastic-grafana-graph-panel - Visualization panel for Grafana with UI for labeling and rendering patterns

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A better version of Grafana's default Graph Panel. Able to render Anomalies & more.

https://hastic.io/
https://github.com/hastic/hastic-grafana-graph-panel

Dependencies:

perfect-scrollbar : ^1.3.0
tether-drop : ^1.4.2
tinycolor2 : ^1.4.1

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