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Multigraph - A JavaScript Library For Interactive Data Graphs For The Web

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Multigraph - A JavaScript Library For Interactive Data Graphs For The Web

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Multigraph is a program for creating 2-dimensional scientific data graphs in web pages. It can read data in a variety of formats, and allows you to customize the appearance of the graph to your liking.

Multigraph provides interactive “pan” and “zoom” capabilities, giving the viewer the ability to change the horizontal and/or vertical scales in the graph on the fly. Multigraph also has the ability to read data from a web service, which allows it to be used to “surf” through large datasets, downloading only those the parts of the data that are needed for display.

Multigraph is written in pure JavaScript and will work in any reasonably modern web browser, including on mobile devices.

Multigraph was inspired by interactive mapping sites such as Google Maps; just as you can use Google Maps to pan and zoom around a geographic area, in order to see some particular feature or relationship, Multigraph lets you pan or zoom around in “data space” in order to better understand and visualize the data.

Requirements: None
Demo:http:/ / multigraph. github. com/ examples
License: MIT License


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