There's also C3 which is a D3-based chart library. It's supposed to make using D3 a little easier. I haven't used it myself - just bookmarked it for future reference.
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Visualization libraries for lib data
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
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Miami University Libraries
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