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Calling All Coders

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Jan 2014
1:00pm, 14 Jan 2014
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fetcheveryone
I'm looking at upgrading the charts that we use across the site, to offer a bit more interaction.

One of the best chart packages I've found at the moment is this:

highcharts.com

Any coders out there know of some good alternatives just so I can weigh them up?
Jan 2014
1:07pm, 14 Jan 2014
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Ceratonia
There's dozens - as I expect you know. jqplot (uses jquery) is very widely used. Lots of sites use d3.js (it can do everything, but that means it can be a bit daunting). Highcharts is indeed very good, but not cheap.
Jan 2014
1:30pm, 14 Jan 2014
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Say No To Pork Sausages
I thought that said "codgers"
Jan 2014
2:41pm, 14 Jan 2014
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fetcheveryone
Thanks for the recommendations - I'd seen d3.js before. I'll do some playing :-)
Jan 2014
7:03pm, 14 Jan 2014
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shanksi
This isn't going to help much (other than bumping the thread for evening fetchies) but we used highcharts at my last job and liked it a lot.

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