The installation pages detail how you go about implementing RGraph on your website. They have lots
of useful information such as browser support for RGraph, getting started with
RGraph and getting the best performance from RGraph.
Available types & option reference
RGraph supports twenty-one different types of charts and many can be
made to look
significantly different through the use of the properties. An example
of this is the fan chart in
the download archive
that can be created
with multiple Line objects and which can represent growing uncertainty in a
predicted set of values.
Features and examples
The majority of the features of RGraph are documented here. There are
lots of features that are available to you such as tooltips, events,
adjusting and annotation.
HOWTO guides offer simple and straight-forward guides for accomplishing
specific tasks. There are about 50+ guides that are available in total.
Each attempts to take you through the steps that are necessary to
accomplish the task. They also provide the source code that's used as well.
The drawing API offers you a way to add shapes and images to your canvas
that support events and tooltips. There are basic shapes available to you
(for example rectangles and circles) and also chart elements like
axes and background objects.
This example has a few extra Y axes added.
Various documentation that doesn't fit elsewhere. This is worth reading as
it lists a number of small things that you may or may not come across and
which have answers that aren't immediately obvious.
An HTML5 canvas reference
Read an API reference for the HTML5 canvas tag. This will help you to
get the most out of RGraph and your usage of the canvas tag. Even if you
don't use RGraph then you can still use the canvas
API reference to learn about the canvas API.