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Cayley: An open-source graph database

Cayley is an open-source graph database from Google. It was inspired by the graph database behind Freebase and Google's Knowledge Graph.

JointJS: JavaScript diagramming library

JointJS is a JavaScript diagramming library. It includes basic diagram elements, interactive elements and links, touch support, animations, and more.

10 Sign Mockups for Restaurants and Coffee Shops - only $8!

Curious what your logo would look like on a sign hanging from your shop or restaurant? Now it's easy to envision with this collection of 10 quality mockups. ...

Textures.js: SVG patterns for data visualization

Textures.js makes it easy to add SVG patterns for improved data visualizations. It includes a huge variety of textures, including lines, circles, paths, and even custom patterns.

ECharts: A comprehensive charting library

ECharts is a comprehensive charting library that supports line, column, scatter, radar, candlestick, chord, gauge, funnel, map, and force-directed chart types. It works even if you have tons ...

MetricsGraphics.js: Visualize time-series data

MetricsGraphics.js: Visualize time-series data

MetricsGraphics.js is a JavaScript library built on D3 for laying out time-series data, currently supporting line charts, scatterplots, and histograms, plus features like rug plots and basic linear ...

Charted: Beautiful, automatic charts

Charted is an open source chart creation tool that creates beautiful charts automatically. All you have to do is paste in the URL of a .csv or Google ...

CSS Specificity Graph Generator: Create interactive specificity graphs for your CSS

The CSS Specificity Graph Generator makes it simple to create specificity graphs for your stylesheets, for better insight into how well structured they are. It uses d3, css-parser, ...

Glumpy: Beautiful scientific visualization

Glumpy: Beautiful scientific visualization

Glumpy is a python library for fast, scalable scientific visualizations. It serves as an interface between OpenGL and numpy.