Iceberg Charts Beta Release

Iceberg Charts finally has had its first release.

This beta release can be found here :

http://frontangle.com/icharts/

or from Github here :

https://github.com/oliverwatkins/Iceberg-Charts/releases

It’s taken me many hours to come up with this charting library that attempts to compete with JFreechart and other swing charting libraries out there. My aim is to offer a better charting experience with more types of charts, and a friendlier API than what is out there.

Here is a  quick introduction :

 

Getting Started..

Here is the most basic way of creating a chart with Iceberg Charts. Although more complex constructors are usually used to customize a chart, some basic constructors can help you get started very quickly.

The chart you will see will look like this :

Iceberg Charts automatically fits the data onto a chart with an x-axis and y-axis that have a scale which represents the data in a way which is easy on the eye.

Many Series..

Let’s have a look at more than one data series. Let’s create a number data lists and use a different constructor.

If you run this code then you should see something like this :

In an XY Chart data series differ from each other usually by color and/or line style. Iceberg Charts chooses a style for you. Of course everything in Iceberg charts is configurable, including the data series styles, but one of Iceberg Charts principles is ‘ease of use’ and a number of simple constructors are exposed where Iceberg Charts does most of the work for you.

 

 

 

 


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