I've used D3 to build charts for a similar data dashboard. It's maybe a
little less plug-and-play than other charting libraries but has tremendous
adoption, is really flexible.
On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 7:25 AM, Michel, Jason <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all!
> We're in the process of centralizing all of our disparate data points
> (circ, door counts, chat ref, in-person interactions, db stats,
> instruction, web analytics, social analytics) into a single DB. We then
> plan on building interactive visualizations on top of this data.
> What are some visualization/charting/graphing libraries that would work for
> this? We have some ideas but wanted to hear what the c4l had to say about
> it. Thanks in advance!
> This is what we have so far (social stats only). We're using chart.js for
> Jason Paul Michel
> User Experience Librarian
> Miami University Libraries
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