Web components for plotting engineering and scientific data with a focus on performance.
npm install --save ni-webcharts
Add a graph to a webpage:
ni-cartesian-graph is the element that allows you to shows graphs. Add one to a html page and it will be shown as a graph, rendering the data you pass to it in the value attribute. See the Graph Data types formats section for information on the data types supported. The graph is rendered according to the options passed in a series of webcharts components nested inside the main element.
ni-chart is the element that allows you to show charts. The difference from a graph is that the chart has an internal buffer of historical values, called a HistoryBuffer.
ni-intensity-graph is the element that allows you to show intensity graphs. An intensity graphs shows values arranged in 2d data structure as an image with the values represented according to a specified color gradient.
ni-cartesian-axis is an element that adds a cartesian axis to one of the main elements.
ni-cartesian-plot is an element that adds a plot description to one of the main elements.
ni-cartesian-plot-renderer adds a plot renderer to a plot, specifying the way the data is rendered - line color, line width, bars, points, fill and many other options.
ni-color-scale adds a color scale to an intensity chart
Read the API Documentation.
The documentation for the webcharts is written in markdown and is stored inline in the source code. The tool that extracts the documentation from the source files and updates the documents in the docs folder is invoked by typing:
npm run docs
Read Supported datatypes and decimations for current status.
npm versioncommand (https://docs.npmjs.com/cli/version). This increments the version in package.json, creates a tag with the same version name, and commit both to the local repository.
git push --follow-tags. With a passing CI this will automatically trigger a deployment to NPM.
Read the Changelog.