This custom JS charting library created by PSDDude from 0 implements custom HTML tags which allow creating charts and graphs for infographics.
The library allows creating:
– Piecharts and doughnuts
– Shape graphs – you can transform any image(PNG) into a graph
– Shape bar graphs – use any image (PNG) to construct a bar chart
– Line graphs
– Barchart graphs
Extensive easy to use documentation included.
Easy customization: color scheme, size, etc.
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v 1.0.6 Dec 30, 2018
- fixed problem with legend display
v 1.0.5 Mar 3, 2018
- line chart can now display values for points. use point-text-* attributes to configure how the point values are displayed
v 1.0.4 May 1, 2015
- bar chart new attribute “max-value” – sets the maximum range of the grid; default is 0 which means that the actual maximum value of the data series determines the range of the grid;
- bar chart new attribute “bar-labels” can be true or false – determines whether to draw labels for each bar; default is false;
- for line charts you can specify individual point sizes through a new attribute on the “infographic-point” element named “point-size”; by default the “point-size” value of the “infographic-line” is taken into account
- for bar charts it is now possible to add marker images for each bar through the attribute “marker” set on the “infographic-bar” tag
v 1.0.3 Jul 17, 2014
- charts are now responsive; use % for width and the charts size will be adjusted according to the size of the element where inside which it is placed and it will also resize with the window;
- for piechart and doughnut charts added the attribute “start-angle” to indicate the starting point at which the slices will be drawn; this attribute is in degrees (from 0 to 360 but it can be any number even negative);
- for piechart and doughnut chart if only one slice value is used it will be treated as a percentage value; you can also use it as a value if the attribute “label-type” is set as “value” – set the newly added attribute “base-value” as a calculation base for displaying the chart (eg. if the slice value is 50, the “label-type” is set as “value” and the “base-value” is set to 200, the chart will display a slice 50 / 200 = 25%)
v 1.0.2 Apr 9, 2014
- for line graph added the “x-axis-labels” attribute to indicate if the graph should display labels on the X-axis
- bar graphs can now be configured to display as stacked bar graphs by setting the “bar-type” attribute to “stacked”
- for piechart/doughnut added the “padding” attribute to indicate the space between the outer circumference of the chart and the bounding box of the chart
- for piechart/doughnut added the “highlight-mode” attribute to indicate how to highlight slices on mouse-over; the highlight can be “default” for color highlight only, “pop” for highlighting by popping out the slice and “border” for highlighting by adding an exterior border around the slice
- for piechart/doughnut added the “highlight-size” attribute which works in conjunction with the “highlight-mode” attribute to indicate the size of the popping out effect for “pop” and the width of the border for “border” highlight mode
v 1.0.1 Jan 13, 2014
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- added the “label-type” attribute to piechart/doughtnut which allows representing either percentage (“percent”), value (“value”) or hiding the slice label
- added the “label-decimals” attribute to piechart/doughnut for indicating the precision of the number displayed on each slice
- added the “label-unit” attribute to piechart/doughnut for indicating the name of the measure unit used on each slice (eg. millions, billions, pcs, etc.)
- added the “hole-size” attribute for doughnut charts to indicate the size of the center hole
- added support for displaying CSV data for the line graph (eg. you can export CSV data from GoogleAnalytics and use that file as a parameter for the graph and it will display it accordingly)
- line graph and bar graph has been adjusted to also support displaying of negative values