highcharter - R wrapper for highcharts based on htmlwidgets

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R wrapper for highcharts. highcharter bring all the highcharts capabilites so it is recommended know how highcharts API works to take a major advantage of this package. You can look some demos charts and explore chart types, syntax and all what highcharts can do. Highcharter has a dependency on Highcharts, a commercial JavaScript charting library. Highcharts offers both a commercial license as well as a free non-commercial license. Please review the licensing options and terms before using this software, as the highcharter license neither provides nor implies a license for Highcharts.

http://jkunst.com/highcharter/
https://github.com/jbkunst/highcharter

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