Pipe a stream of data into a graph in the browser.
var graph = 400 300;graph;var JSONStream = ;var parser = JSONStream;parser;var request = ;var u = 'http://' + windowlocationhost + '/data.json';;
browserify this file:
$ browserify main.js -o bundle.js
then view it in a web browser:
as new data arrives, the graph updates automatically.
Your stream need not even end to be graphable. There's an example of a never-ending stream in example/
var graphStream =
var graph = graphStream(width, height, opts)
var graph = graphStream([ width, height ], opts)
Create a new readable stream
graph that you can
.pipe() data into.
When you pipe data it will be rendered as a simple bar graph.
The bar graph counts the number of times each string of data has been seen.
opts.sort - Set an ordering algorithm to rank the bars in the graph. Set as a string value of
'descend'. If true, uses
false, doesn't sort. Default value:
opts.axisSize.x - Set the size of the x axis.
opts.axisSize.y - Set the size of the y axis.
opts.limit - how many bars to show
opts.other - whether to show a bar with the sum of all the bars not shown
graph.element html element to
graph.resize([ width, height ])
Resize the graph.
With npm do:
npm install graph-stream