- With its beautiful data visualizations RGraph can make your datasets come alive as colorful charts and graphs across your webpages. So why use RGraph?
- More than 60 types of free charts with 2D and 3D options
- RGraph offers both SVG charts and canvas charts
- Free and Open Source (MIT license)
- Multiple ways to import your data (eg Google Sheets, CSV files & AJAX)
- Web based reporting that's easy to update, distribute and share
- Fully documented with over 650 examples and active support to get you started
RGraph helps you put beautiful HTML5 charts on your website
RGraph allows you to put colorful graphs, charts, and data visualizations on your website. It offers more than 60 different types of charts (eg Bar charts, Line charts, Pie charts etc.) and provides over 650 examples to get you started. These are just a few examples (more examples are available at the link below):
A 3D Bar chart
A multi-row 3D Bar chart
A horizontal Bar chart
A dynamic SVG Bar chart
A Radar chart
A Rose chart
A stacked Bipolar chart
A dynamic SVG Line chart
A Waterfall with negatives
A banded Pie/Donut chart
Variety of Gauges and Meters
A Pie/Donut chart
Why use RGraph for your website charting needs?
From API references to HOWTO documents, RGraph has lots of documentation. By using Google (or Bing, or Yahoo et al) you can search it very easily if necessary.
Your data is probably always changing, so once you're set up, RGraph makes it easy for you to update your data with these methods:
RGraph has dedicated CSV import functionality that will make this it easy to get data from a CSV file.
The Google Sheets connector allows you to fetch data directly from your Google Spreadsheet.
The AJAX functions allow you to easily integrate RGraph with your existing AJAX scripts.
The database documentation will help you to get your data directly from a database.
Web charts for data visualizations and reporting
You cannot beat the convenience of web charts for reporting that your stakeholders can access on any desktop, tablet, or mobile device.