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Pros of Britecharts
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      Beautiful visualizations
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      Large set of examples
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      Data-driven documents
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      Visualization components
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      Dynamic properties
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      Makes data interactive
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      Enter and Exit
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      Open Source
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      Backed by the new york times
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      Easy and beautiful
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      Angular 4
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      Simple elegance
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      Templates, force template
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      Awesome Community Support
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      Low learning curve and powerful
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      Multiple chart types such as pie, bar, line and others
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      Responsive charts
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      Handles everything you throw at it
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      Extremely easy-to-parse documentation
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      Easy to customize color scheme and palettes
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      Built-in export chart as-is to image file

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    Cons of Britecharts
    Cons of D3.js
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        Beginners cant understand at all
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        Complex syntax
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      What is Britecharts?

      Britecharts is a client-side reusable Charting Library based on D3.js v4 that allows easy and intuitive use of charts and components that can be composed together creating amazing visualizations.

      What is D3.js?

      It is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. Emphasises on web standards gives you the full capabilities of modern browsers without tying yourself to a proprietary framework.

      What is Highcharts?

      Highcharts currently supports line, spline, area, areaspline, column, bar, pie, scatter, angular gauges, arearange, areasplinerange, columnrange, bubble, box plot, error bars, funnel, waterfall and polar chart types.

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