Chart Components

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AMChart Accessibility

This plugin provides accessibility enhancements for a very versatile chart library from amCharts.com. Once applied, the plugin enables navigation for keyboard users and provides the necessary support for screen reader users.


Keywords: chart,svg
Technologies: amchart, javascript, svg
License: BSD license
FurtherInfo: http://paypal.github.io/amcharts-accessibility-plugin/, Contact @mpnkhan Paypal Accessibility Team

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Assets Chart Component / Chart.js

The charts widget from the Assets Framwork utilizes the Chart.js library to provide a fully responsive method for displaying a chart or graph. It is based on html tables and has no known accessibility issues


Keywords: chart,html, table
Technologies: bootstrap, jquery, javascript, chart.js, html
License: public domain (?)
FurtherInfo: http://assets.cms.gov/resources/framework/3.3/Pages/#charts, Contact support@assets.cms.gov , [1]

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Describler

Describler allows you to make your SVG images accessible and reusable. It shows you all of the text content of your SVG in an editable list, including both visible text and metadata, and makes it easy for you to add descriptive content, or change the text that's already there. And you can use the “audio preview” feature to hear how your SVG sounds in common screenreaders.

Describler also makes your SVG auto-scaling by default, rather than a fixed size; this allows you to use your SVG at whatever size you need, or to change the size dynamically, and it allows users to zoom and pan easily.


Keywords: chart,svg
Technologies: svg
License: MIT License
FurtherInfo: http://describler.com/, https://github.com/shepazu/describler, Contact @shepazu Doug Schepers

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