Pretty time-series line graphs
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Morris.js - pretty time-series line graphs
Morris.js is the library that powers the graphs on http://howmanyleft.co.uk/. It's a very simple API for drawing line, bar, area and donut charts.
- Olly (email@example.com)
I'm unfortunately not able to actively support Morris.js any more. I keep an eye on the issues, but I rarely have the time to fix bugs or review pull requests.
If you're interested in actively contributing to Morris.js, please contact me on the email address above.
- jQuery (>= 1.7 recommended, but it'll probably work with older versions)
- Raphael.js (>= 2.0)
See the website.
Fork, hack, possibly even add some tests, then send a pull request :)
Remember that Morris.js is a coffeescript project. Please make your changes in the
You'll need node.js. I recommend using nvm for installing node in development environments.
With node installed, install grunt using
npm install -g grunt-cli, and then the rest of the test/build dependencies with
npm installin the morris.js project folder.
Once you're all set up, you can compile, minify and run the tests using
Note: I'm experimenting with using perceptual diffs to catch rendering regressions. Due to font rendering differences between platforms, the pdiff tests currently only pass on OS X.
0.5.1 - 15th June 2014
- Fix touch event handling.
- Fix stacked=false in bar chart #275
- Configurable vertical segments #297
- Deprecate continuousLine option.
0.5.0 - 19th March 2014
- Update grunt dependency #288
- Donut segment color config in data objects #281
- Customisable line widths and point drawing #272
- Bugfix for @options.smooth #266
- Option to disable axes individually #253
- Range selection #252
- Week format for x-labels #250
- Update developer quickstart instructions #243
- Experimenting with perceptual diffs.
- Add original data row to hover callback #264
- setData method for donut charts #211
- Automatic resizing #111
- Fix travis builds #298
- Option for rounded corners on bar charts #305
- Option to set padding for X axis labels #306
- Events on non-time series #314
0.4.3 - 12th May 2013
- Fix flickering hover box #186
- xLabelAngle option (diagonal labels!!) #239
- Fix area chart fill bug #190
- Make event handlers chainable
- gridTextFamily and gridTextWeight options
- Fix hovers with setData #213
- Fix hideHover behaviour #236
0.4.2 - 14th April 2013
- Fix DST handling #191
- Parse data values from strings in Morris.Donut #189
- Non-cumulative area charts #199
- Round Y-axis labels to significant numbers #162
- Customising default hover content #179
0.4.1 - 8th February 2013
- Fix goal and event rendering. #181
- Don't break when empty data is passed to setData #142
- labelColor option for donuts #159
0.4.0 - 26th January 2013
- Goals and events #103.
- Bower package manager metadata.
- More flexible formatters #107.
- Color callbacks.
- Decade intervals for time-axis labels.
- Non-continous line tweaks #116.
- Stacked bars #120.
- HTML hover #134.
- yLabelFormat #139.
- Disable axes #114.
0.3.3 - 1st November 2012
- Bar charts! #101.
0.3.2 - 28th October 2012
- Area charts! #47.
- Some major refactoring and test suite improvements.
- Set smooth parameter per series #91.
- Custom dateFormat for string x-values #90.
0.3.1 - 13th October 2012
formatteroption for customising value labels in donuts #75.
lineColorson line charts to avoid running out of colours #78.
- Add method to select donut segments. #79.
- Don't go negative on yMin when all y values are zero. #80.
- Don't sort data when parseTime is false #83.
- Customise styling for points. #87.
0.3.0 - 15th September 2012
- Donut charts!
- Bugfix: ymin/ymax bug #71.
- Bugfix: infinite loop when data indicates horizontal line #66.
0.2.10 - 26th June 2012
- Support for decimal labels on y-axis #58.
- Better axis label clipping #63.
- Redraw graphs with updated data using
- Bugfix: series with zero or one non-null values #65.
0.2.9 - 15th May 2012
- Bugfix: Fix zero-value regression
- Bugfix: Don't modify user-supplied data
0.2.8 - 10th May 2012
- Customising x-axis labels with
- Only use timezones when timezone info is specified
- Fix old IE bugs (mostly in examples!)
- Better non-continuous series data support
0.2.7 - 2nd April 2012
- Refactored x-axis labelling
- Better ISO date support
- Fix bug with single value in non time-series graphs
0.2.6 - 18th March 2012
- Partial series support (see
parseTimeoption bugfix for non-time-series data
0.2.5 - 15th March 2012
- Raw millisecond timestamp support (with
- YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM[:SS[.SSS]] date support
- Decimal number labels
0.2.4 - 8th March 2012
- Negative y-values support
0.2.3 - 6th Mar 2012
- jQuery no-conflict compatibility
- Support ISO week-number dates
- Optionally hide hover on mouseout (
- Optionally skip parsing dates, treating X values as an equally-spaced series (
0.2.2 - 29th Feb 2012
- Bugfix: mouseover error when options.data.length == 2
- Automatically sort options.data
0.2.1 - 28th Feb 2012
- Accept a DOM element or an ID in
- Bugfix: clone
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