What is the best alternative to Google Charts?
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30 chart types and 400 ready-to-use sample charts are pre-packaged in KoolChart, which is the most numerous provided in a single package. Here are some sample charts available. https://www.koolchart.com/demo/line_chart https://www.koolchart.com/demo/histogram_chart https://www.koolchart.com/demo/target_chart https://www.koolchart.com/demo/wing_chart See More
You may or may not want a server version with its own learning curve and API. With Jasper you have the option of server vs library. With either one you can whip up reports and make them available in PDF, XML, HTML, CSV, XLS, RTF or TXT format. It's not very difficult to do that with JasperReports. And there are many examples out there to learn from. See More
Can be run as a service (server version) that allows deep links to individual reports or embedded with your web app as a library
Including bar, line, area, scatter, waterfall, spline, funnel, bubble, polar, column, columnrange, pie, box plot, angular gauge, areasplinerange, and other types of "basic" charts (AnyChart); Gantt charts (AnyGantt); Maps (AnyMap), and Financial/Stock charts (AnyStock). See More
Selections are core to working with D3 beyond the basics. They're powerful and useful, but require new developers to get up to speed (e.g. set aside 30m to read and digest: https://github.com/mbostock/d3/wiki/Selections) and if used in the context of a larger application will result in a portion of the code using different patterns than the rest, requiring a translation layer in between. See More