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Beautiful charts for iOS/tvOS/OSX! The Apple side of the crossplatform MPAndroidChart.

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GraphLayout - iOS UI controls to visualize graphs. Powered by Graphviz

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Powerful customizable chart legends * Define the layout with only a flag, in interface builder or code. * Predefined shapes and possibility to use custom paths. * Per-cell configuration or overrides, e.g. to set a different font or shape than other cells. * Custom views via UICollectionView subclasses. * Full autolayout support * Interactive * Scrollable * Compatible with any chart type or library.

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Easy to use and highly customizable pie charts library for iOS - Customizable slices - Add overlays using simple UIViews - Interactive - Animated - Dynamic slice insertion - Reusable components via extensible layer system - Autolayout support

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Light weight charts view generater for iOS.

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Easy to use and highly customizable charts library for iOS Features: - Bars (plain, stacked, grouped, horizontal, vertical) - Scatter - Line / multiline - Areas - Bubble - Multiple axis - Multiple labels (x axis) - Candlestick - Cubic line - Custom units - Custom views - Complex interactivity support - Easy extensibility Swift 1.2, iOS 7/8

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A simple line chart library for iOS that is easily adjustable (size, color, line width, label displayed,...). It comes with a nice and subtle appearing animation.

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Graphs for iOS, easy to use, customizable and animatable!

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An iOS wrapper for ChartJS. Easily build animated charts by leveraging the power of native Obj-C code.

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iOS library to create simple line graphs/charts (charting library).

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Draw graphs on iOS. Create an `FDGraphView`, set its `dataPoints` (an `NSArray` of `NSNumber`s), add it to another view and the graph will be magically show. As simple as that.

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