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LightningChart JS has RectangleSeries, which is made for these kind of custom stacking of bars, and even custom width for each.


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Give a try to https://c3js.org/ c3.js based on d3.js and can easily be customize and implemented.


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I suggest taking a look at the Open Source Plotly JavaScript library it is very flexible and powerful and includes stacked bar charts. An example from the online documentation: var trace1 = { x: ['giraffes', 'orangutans', 'monkeys'], y: [20, 14, 23], name: 'SF Zoo', type: 'bar' }; var trace2 = { x: ['giraffes', 'orangutans', 'monkeys'], y: [12,...


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The combination of Python/Jupyter/Pandas and graphing suites such as HoloViz should give you what you need with minimal coding and good interactivity. You can get the full installation in a few simple steps: Install Anaconda or Miniconda if you don't have it already Open the conda prompt and conda create -n holoviz python=3.7 conda activate holoviz conda ...


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ALL FREE TOOLS: I like yEd from https://www.yWorks.com (If you like to move your mouse/cursor). To render DLS I use http://blockdiag.com/en/actdiag/index.html (PlantUML is complexer: it allows more complexity in your diagrams, but you have to write more code to get the same diagram rendered). I think this page is very usefull for questions like this: ...


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A lot depends on what you're looking for in a charting tool. Unfortunately, there's a really tricky tension between usability and expressiveness when it comes to visualization toolkits, meaning that if something is easy to set up, you probably won't be able to do much with it. If their standard plots are what you need, Google Charts are a great choice. If ...


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I build for one of our projects various charts with chart.js (https://www.chartjs.org/). It is a good library for cool looking charts! At some point we changed the charts for internal use to redash (https://redash.io/) because we needed more and more reports and also caching. You can install redash on your own server that has access to the corresponding ...


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I would recommend Syncfusion JS libraries. It has very good charts, gauges, maps, and more than 60+ other controls as well, and the best part is you can get it for free if you are an individual developer or if your company is generating less than 1 million in revenue. If you are eligible you can get the community license and try it out. Chart demos: https:/...


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