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Comment by dblackwood
about Plotly · Oct 2016 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

one of the fastest charting programs I've tested. It took about 62 ms to chart a line representing 99k pts and rescale the x & y axis. Nice pan and zoom features.
Open source.

[Edited by dblackwood, October 05]

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