Line Charts with jqPlot
In the previous chapter, you observed the most basic use of jqPlot, in which a series of data serves to plot a line, with no need for any additional options. You saw that in order to create the most basic type of chart, a line chart, you do not need to include plug-ins.
In this chapter, you will begin to examine in more detail the possibilities that the jqPlot library affords by exploring the various plug-ins and their functionality. First, because the line chart is represented on the Cartesian axes, you will be introduced to the use of pairs of values (x, y) as input data. You will then move on to the study the ...