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I used Chart.js in a project once and I'll definitely be using it again. It's straightforward, documentation is awesome (many examples and code samples), charts are slick, there's pretty much zero learning curve or complexity. On top of all that, it's open source and MIT-licensed. See More
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
amCharts includes everything a graphing library can provide. From low-level customization to high level complexities, they're all there. Check out their demos page to get creative ideas about using the library on your site. The syntax is pretty simple and self explanatory too, here's a quick example of a new chart: var chart = new AmCharts.AmSerialChart(); chart.dataProvider = chartData; chart.categoryField = "country"; var graph = new AmCharts.AmGraph(); graph.valueField = "visits"; graph.type = "column"; chart.addGraph(graph); chart.write('chartdiv'); See More
Normally coding tutorials won't be required for integrating amCharts thanks to the Live editor. However if any help is required the amCharts website has a tutorial for everything ; be it MySQL integration, real-time data or even adding to Wordpress. See More
Google Charts has a large selection of chart types to get started with and have up in running in very little time. It uses sensible defaults, but has flexible options to allow for customization when needed. Better than most other free to use Chart APIs and has great documentation provided by Google. See More