<plot height=200 aspect=2 stroke-width=2 x="[[seq(0,4*PI,101)]]" axis-x-label="Time" axis-y-label="sin(x) / cos(x)"> <lines y="[[sin(x)]]" stroke="red"></lines> <lines y="[[cos(x)]]" stroke="blue"></lines> </plot>
Radian is licensed under the Mozilla public license.
Radian is used extensively in the BayesHive Bayesian statistics platform. If you want to get an idea of what you can do with Radian, take a look at BayesHive.
<script> tags to provide access to the Radian library and its dependencies.)
<points>, and so on.
The second big thing we use is D3.js. This is a library for building “data-driven documents”. It’s quite complex to use, but it can produce amazing results – take a look at some of the examples for a taste of what it can do.
We wanted to take some of the best features of AngularJS and D3.js and use them to make a plotting API that was ridiculously easy to use for simple things, and possible to use for complex things.