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React-vis is a React visualization library. React-vis components are designed to work just like other React components. They have properties, children and callbacks. They can be composed. If you can work with React components, you can work with React-Vis. You can create complex charts with a minimum amount of code and sensible defaults, however, you can also customize every aspect of your chart. React-vis handles a great number of charts, from area charts to treemaps. React-vis was built to support the many internal tools at Uber. You can use react-vis directly on codepen (or equivalent). React-Vis charts are made of Series components, LineSeries, BarSeries and so on and so forth. Each of these Series components requires a data property, through which we pass an array of objects. These properties correspond to various visual characteristics of the corresponding marks. For example, x and y, which are required for most series types, affect the position of each mark.
- High-level and customizable
- Expressive and industry-strong:
- Color can be set and affected in many ways
- Animation makes your charts feel physical
- You can control the look and feel of your React-Vis components
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