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metrics-graphics - A library optimized for concise and principled data graphics and layouts.

  •    Javascript

MetricsGraphics.js is a library optimized for visualizing and laying out time-series data. At under 80KB (minified), it provides a simple way to produce common types of graphics in a principled and consistent way. The library currently supports line charts, scatterplots, histograms, bar charts and data tables, as well as features like rug plots and basic linear regression. A sample set of examples may be found on the examples page. The example below demonstrates how easy it is to produce a graphic. Our graphics function provides a robust layer of indirection, allowing one to more efficiently build, say, a dashboard of interactive graphics, each of which may be pulling data from a different data source. For the complete list of options, and for download instructions, take a look at the sections below.

react-metrics-graphics - A React Component for MetricsGraphics.js

  •    Javascript

A react component thats wraps the popular visualization library, MetricsGraphics.js

models_stats - Charts for your rails models with MetricsGraphics.js and NVD3

  •    Ruby

Graphics for your rails models. It may show count(or average, or sum, or another sql agregate function) of models for each day with grouping, conditions. For graphics it uses for your choice MetricsGraphics.js or/and NVD3.




angular-metrics-graphics - Angular directive that encapsulates the Mozilla MetricsGraphics library

  •    Javascript

An Angular directive that encapsulates the Mozilla MetricsGraphics library, providing easy configuration. Alternately you may clone the project repository and use the compiled dist/angular-metrics-graphics.js library file.

react-metrics-graphics - A React Component for MetricsGraphics.js

  •    Javascript

The currently supported path to using react-metrics-graphics is as a dependency that you then compile into your application via the React build process (using Browserify, Webpack, etc). Then open localhost:5000 in a browser.