The top Chart plugins are listed below which provide ample room for customization.
Morris chart is another simple chart plugin for line and area charts, bar charts, and donut charts.
While Flot works well with JSON data, users must ensure they enter numbers instead of strings to avoid errors. In addition, users have the ability to export the graph as a PNG or JPEG, with the exception of the legend, by grabbing the image rendered by the canvas element.
When using the “time mode” for bars, the default value of 1 millisecond makes the bars 1 millisecond wide, so users need to set the bar width with the barWidth option.
jOrgChart is a jQuery chart plugin that allows you to make nested data into a simple tree structure. You simply provide the plugin with the list of things you want to include in the tree chart. You can use the drag-and-drop feature to re-arrange the data as you like. It is very easy to use and style the tree. You can show or hide any particular branch you want. The nodes can also contain any amount of HTML except <li> and <ul>.
Flowchart.js is a jQuery JS plugin. It provides draw boxes also called operators and makes connections between them. It allows users to edit the chart by adding, removing, or moving the drawer boxes and creating or removing the connections between them. It will enable the developer to save and load the flowchart. Features such as panning and zooming to view the chart are also provided.
Simple Donut is a plugin written in jQuery, HTML, and Sass. This jQuery plugin is used to present text data in the form of a pie chart on the webpage. You can easily convert any data into a pie chart using this plugin.
Stiff Chart is a jQuery plugin that you can use to generate an animated chart. It is perfect for presenting an organizational chart and various other simple charts. You can easily customize the chart by changing the size, color, layout, etc.