This is the Windows app named Frappe Charts whose latest release can be downloaded as FrappeChartsv1.6.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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GitHub-inspired simple and modern SVG charts for the web with zero dependencies. An axis chart is generally a 2D rendition of data, where a set of values corresponds to every point in a dataset. That's why, data is the most important component for a chart. A chart can have multiple datasets. In an axis chart, every dataset is represented individually. Frappe Charts are responsive, as they rerender all the data in the current available container width. In order to set the bar width, instead of defining it and the space between the bars independently, we simply define the ratio of the space between bars to the bar width. The chart then adjusts the actual size proportional to the chart container. Line charts are great to show trends. One of the reasons they are interesting is because the data involved usually involves a large number of data points. For so many points, we'd really like to keep the plot as less detailed as we can, while also using the already present color to advantage.
- Frappe charts are exportable to an SVG format, in which they are natively rendered
- Makes the chart interactive with arrow keys and highlights the current active data point
- There are two ways to update data in a chart: either in adding and removing individual points, or updating the existing data with an entirely new set of data points
- Each dataset can also have a different chartType, which if specified, should accompany the type property set to axis-mixed
- There are two kinds of annotations that can be used to mark the vertical axis values: markers and regions
- Frappe Charts are known for their awesome tooltips. What's more, they are also customizable for the format of the label and value displayed on them
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