Interesting jQuery graph drawing libraries

  1. Canviz
    Canviz is a JavaScript library for drawing Graphviz graphs to a web browser canvas. More technically, Canviz is a JavaScript xdot renderer. It works in most modern browsers.
    via canviz – Project Hosting on Google Code.
  2. jsplumb
    This jQuery plugin provides a means for a developer to visually connect elements on their web page, in much the same way you might have seen on Yahoo Pipes. It uses Canvas in modern browsers, and Google’s ExplorerCanvas script for stone-age browsers. Full transparent support for jQuery dragging is included, and the API is super simple.
    via jsplumb –  Project Hosting on Google Code
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