Declarative visualization on a web browser with DSL approach. https://github.com/nebuta/d3js-haskell

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A library for visualization on a web browser. This works as a DSL that generates JavaScript source code working with D3.js (http:/d3js.org) library.

You can compose operations with a typed DSL with Haskell's abstraction power.

This is still an alpha version, and the structure may be changed in the near future.

  • A simplest example: drawing a bar chart

import Control.Monad
import qualified Data.Text as T
import D3JS

test :: Int -> IO ()
test n = T.writeFile "generated.js" $ reify (box "#div1" (300,300) >>= bars n 300 (Data1D [100,20,80,60,120]))

You can just put the JavaScript file in an HTML file like the following to show a chart.

  <div id='div1'></div>
  <script charset='utf-8' src='http://d3js.org/d3.v3.min.js'></script>
  <script charset='utf-8' src='generated.js'></script>

See D3JS.Example for more examples.

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