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Need some help in choosing charting javascript framework

Praful Gupta
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Joined: May 01, 2006
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Hello,
I have an interesting problem that I need to solve using some sort of a charting framework, could someone suggest a nice one that is easy to set up and use?

Problem stmt: You have data coming in from a source which has things like number of servers, up time, etc. I need to plot a graph of uptime vs servers over time. Also, provide some other points on the graph like Business Unit/Country etc which is also present in the data.

Should I be using some graph algorithm or is there a java scrip framework that caters to graph problems?


Thanks
Bear Bibeault
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I used highcharts in a recent project and was very pleased with it.


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