Graphical representation of statistical static or dynamic data is the best way to visually convey information to the end user. Almost any site that operates on the data (stock quotes, the measured physical quantities, statistical indicators) uses one or another charts libraries for plotting. This site contains a brief description of the most famous libraries for creation charts and graphics, compare them, and also describes the installation process and the application chart coding. 

You can download the latest version of the charts libraries, read the news about the latest releases and updates, articles and success stories.

Charts library rating

The subjective rating, built on personal experience and the average value of the following indicators

Functionality - number of different functions for charts building and editing their properties

Charts types - number of different types of charts

Visibility - look like beautiful appearance charts

Price - free library (without any restrictions) is preferable to expensive charts packages

Documentation - completeness and usability of the documentation

Usability - simplicity of development and charts coding, functions using (different technology and programming languages support)

Perspectivity - number of recent releases and latest updates, news and success stories