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You could use AmCharts, which has built-in support for exporting the JS-rendered charts to either a JPG or PNG since AMCharts4. AmCharts is open-source using a custom license that just requires "prominent attribution" back to their project. Attribution can be removed with a commercial license. As seen here, with some client-side javascript code plus some ...


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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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