Data visualization is a key process once your data cleansing and analysis layer is completed. JavaScript charting Libraries are often used for Visualization.Every organisation has data from different sources and varied information. As data grows it becomes imperative to  have a good visualization layer.It saves a lot of time  to view  analyze  and make informed decisions

Today our team is going to look at some of the Javascript libraries which can be used for Data Visualization  for creating charts. There are many more Data visualization frameworks in Javascript and other Open source technology. All of them have their advantages and disadvantages.When you decide on which framework to use its important to know the entire purpose of the project and also how you want your users to use data.


Javascript Chart.js


Chart.js is an open source JavaScript library  used  that allows you to draw different types of charts by using the HTML5 canvas element.It’s very simple to  use and integrate and similar to GoogleCharts . It Supports multiple types of charts and  they are all responsive charts.

Chart.js is Open source  and also the charts can be customized to your needs.Chart.js can be used for Data Visualization using JavaScript.


Data Visualization D3.js



D3.js is a JavaScript library for producing dynamic, interactive data visualizations in web browsers.

It makes use of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) HTML5 and CSS

It’s a bit complex to integrate and understand but really robust

It Supports numerous chart types and also  has drag and drop feature

There are many other Javascript librarys which  you can use FusionCharts, AmCharts , Anychart and GoogleChart.

Depending on your Project requirement you can decide on what is the best fit


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