9 Good looking charts that you can find in the demos

Written by Richard Heyes, on 16th August 2015

In the demos that are part of the RGraph download there are examples of the features of RGraph - including these good looking charts.

Creating good looking charts isn't terribly difficult - for some people. If like me you're rather (very) limited in graphical abilities then creating attractive charts is not always as straight-forward as it sounds. If you have a graphical designer on hand it can be easy - simply ask them for a mock-up that you can copy the styling from or present them with a chart and say "Make it look pretty!". But if you're not fortunate enough to have a designer to hand then you're on your own (by the way, on a completely unrelated side-note did you know that Google Image Search is a very good tool - just thought I would throw that into the mix).

Back to the point of this post though - RGraph gives you the tools to create great looking charts - and here are some examples. Out of the box RGraph charts look pretty standard - but using the configuration options you can create some pretty good looking things! And by combining charts like the meters/gauges/progress bars you can create some good looking dashboards too. So - on to the charts:

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