React Timeseries Charts vs ggplot2: What are the differences?
What is React Timeseries Charts? Declarative and modular timeseries charting components for React. This library contains a set of modular charting components used for building flexible interactive charts. It was built for React from the ground up, specifically to visualize timeseries data and network traffic data in particular.
What is ggplot2? A data visualization package for the statistical programming language R. It is a general scheme for data visualization which breaks up graphs into semantic components such as scales and layers.
React Timeseries Charts and ggplot2 belong to "Charting Libraries" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by React Timeseries Charts are:
- Declarative layout of charts using JSX
- Composition into multiple axis and multiple rows and overlays
- Interactivity, including pan and zoom, selection and highlighting
On the other hand, ggplot2 provides the following key features:
- Axis titles
- Margins and points in ggplot2 look cooler
ggplot2 is an open source tool with 4.04K GitHub stars and 1.51K GitHub forks. Here's a link to ggplot2's open source repository on GitHub.