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9 Good looking charts that you can find in the demos

Written by Richard Heyes, on 16th August 2015

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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