Britecharts is a client-side reusable Charting Library based on D3.js v5 that offers easy and intuitive use of charts and components that can be composed together to create amazing visualizations.
Britecharts components have been written in ES2016 with a Test Driven methodology, so they are fully tested, and we are committed to keeping them that way.
- Great design
The typical use of Britecharts involves creating a chart using its simple API, then rendering it on a container which has previously had data applied to it. The code will look like this:
barChart .width(500) .height(300); barContainer.datum(dataset).call(barChart);
All the components expose some common API methods like width, height, and margin. Additionally, each chart or component can expose specific methods you can find in the documentation:
- API, Demo Line Chart
- API, Demo Bar Chart
- API, Demo Donut Chart
- API, Demo Stacked Bar Chart
- API, Demo Grouped Bar Chart
- API, Demo Bullet Chart
- API, Demo Brush Chart
- API, Demo Scatter Plot
- API, Demo Sparkline Chart
- API, Demo Stacked Area Chart
- API, Demo Step Chart
- API, Demo Mini Tooltip
- API, Demo Tooltip
- API, Demo Legend
Britecharts components are distributed in UMD modules, each one exposing a D3.js component written with the Reusable API pattern. To use any of the Britecharts modules, you will need to require the chart in your JS file using AMD/CommonJS modules or adding a script tag with the
src pointing to the file. You would also need to load the d3-selection submodule to select the chart container.
npm install britecharts d3-selection
They also provide some minimal CSS styling, that can be loaded independently or as a bundle. Check our Styling Britecharts tutorial to see more options.
- Documentation Homepage
- Getting Started Guide
- How To Guides
- About Britecharts
- Contributing Guide
- Github Repo
- Bar Chart Tutorial[Video]
- Release Notes
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Sun Dai designs Britecharts, and two books inspired the code, Developing a D3.js Edge and Mastering D3.js. It also leveraged a significant number of examples and articles from the D3.js community overall.
Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):
This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind are welcome!
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