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Free HTML5 charts that get you noticed

What is RGraph? It's a charting library. It can generate lots of different kinds of charts. It uses JavaScript along with the new(ish) HTML5 canvas tag to create them right inside your browser. This reduces load on your server making it and your website more speedy. It can also reduce the size of your pages and speed up your website. Everybody benefits!

It's Free and Open Source Software

If you want to use RGraph on any website then just go ahead. RGraph uses a dual license scheme - the GPL and a commercial license for when the GPL doesn't suit your particular situation.

But if you're happy to use RGraph under the terms of the GPL - go right ahead. All of the source code is included in the archive and if you want to change it to meet your needs then go ahead. - there's no restrictions on doing so.

If you want to buy an RGraph commercial license or just don't wish to be subject to the GPL license then a Standard license for RGraph is not massively expensive - it's just £99 (the cheapest of the commercial options available?).

So if you find the idea of paying excessive amounts of your hard earned money (potentially 1000s!) a bitter pill to swallow then RGraph is a good bet.

"RGraph is a top quality and stable product. You will not be disappointed this purchase." - J Brandon Buie, Web Developer

Use the canvas tag to create fast charts and graphs

With the wide proliference of HTML5 and the canvas tag, fast and simple 2D drawing is available to a great many browsers and mobile devices. RGraph makes the production of charts quick and easy and you'll be up and running in no time at all! Browsers and mobile devices having such good support means that lots of people will see your charts. There's a quick primer on the canvas tag here and you can read about HTML5 and JavaScript based charts here.


Lots of charts, features and documentation

There are lots of plus points to using RGraph to make your charts with, and it can make many chart types, which you can see from the RGraph documentation and these examples:

Available standard chart types:

Bar
Bipolar
Donut
Fuel
Funnel
Gantt
Gauge
Horizontal
Bar
Horizontal
Progress
Line




Meter
Odometer
Pie
Radar
Rose
Radial
Scatter
Scatter
Th'meter
Vertical
Progress
Waterfall





Other examples:


To see all of the examples (there are over 350!) you can take a look at the demo area.


Download it and try it out

The best way to find out what RGraph is like is to download it and try it out! Simply head on over to the download page to get hold of it.