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Making Beautiful JQuery Graphs With JqPlot by Eric on February 1, 2020

One of the best ways to make a page of data better is having a nice, visual way of looking at the data and graphs and charts do a great job of that.  Figuring out which graph works best for your situation is up to you but in almost all of the cases jqPlot has a way of rendering that on your website.  JqPlot is an open-source project with a ton of features, graph and chart types, and visual options to make wonderful graphs for your site.  Today I'm going to go over a few of the different types of graphs and then give some more advanced tips on using jqPlot.Line Graph and Others One of the big features of jqPlot is its plug-ability.  You don't need to load every jqPlot script in on every page you only need to load in the relevant script used for the graphs on your page.  This cuts down on loading time and makes your code easier to read. Line graphs are the most basic of graphs and they are so easy to setup with jqPlot.  Below is the code and the result.  I've inserted it as an image ...