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muze - Composable data visualisation library for web with a data-first approach now powered by WebAssembly

  •    Javascript

Muze is a free data visualization library for creating exploratory data visualizations (like Tableau) in browser, using WebAssembly. It uses a layered Grammar of Graphics (GoG) to create composable and interactive data visualization for web. It is ideal for use in visual analytics dashboards & applications to create highly performant, interactive, multi-dimensional, and composable visualizations. It uses a data-first approach to define the constructs and layers of the chart, automatically generates cross-chart interactivity, and allows you to over-ride any behavior or interaction on the chart.

react-muze - React SDK for Muze charting Library

  •    TypeScript

React-Muze is a React wrapper over the core Muze library. It provides React bindings for Muze and makes it easier to create charts using Muze for your React applications. To use React-Muze in your React project, you need to install the muze and react-muze package from NPM.

datamodel - Relational algebra compliant in memory tabular data store.

  •    Javascript

DataModel is an in-browser representation of tabular data. It uses WebAssembly for high performance and works seamlessly with any JavaScript library. It supports Relational Algebra operators which enable you to run select, group, sort (and many more) operations on the data. The current version performs all the data operations like filtering, aggregation, etc. on WebAssembly which gives a 10x performance boost compared to the old JavaScript version.

generator-muze - Yeoman generator to get started with Muze

  •    Javascript

A Yeoman generator to scaffold a basic app with MuzeJS. Please raise a Github issue, or contact us at muze@charts.com.









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