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I'm currently researching these three javascript charting libraries. My task is to find the best one for my current project.

Our frameworks are: Angular, python, and we'll be building our own database.

Our data will be not hundreds but thousands of data points. We will be showing basic graphs, with customizable graphs. I was hoping to get some insight from users that have worked with any of these three libraries. the criteria that I'm using:

  • Ease of use

  • Type of visualizations supported

  • Performance (SVG or Canvas)

  • Theme-ability / Customization

  • Responsiveness / Mobile support

  • Internationalization support

  • Accessibility

  • Product support / Update frequency

  • Security concerns

  • Cost

I have most of this information but I wanted to see if anyone could tell me other information that would be a deciding factor into which charting library is best.

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You can try Syncfusion chart library

  1. 50+ Chart types
  2. Fast-paced performance
  3. Elegant animation
  4. Simple configuration and APIs
  5. Supports all modern browsers
  6. Mobile-touch friendly and responsive
  7. Detailed documentation

Angular: https://www.syncfusion.com/angular-components/angular-charts JavaScript: https://www.syncfusion.com/javascript-ui-controls/js-charts

Syncfusion offers a free community license also. https://www.syncfusion.com/products/communitylicense

Note: I work for Syncfusion

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