Javascript Stock Chart v3

Stock Chart’s main purpose is to display financial charts, however it can be used for visualizing any date(time) based data. It is a powerful application that lets you forget about most of the boring parts in building complex statistical systems. It has built-in period and data set selection tools, and can group data to longer periods. This enables you to make drill-down charts without any additional coding, using one data file only.
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Pioneers in Stock charting tools

Back in 2008 We were the first in the market to offer this kind of product for a public use. We created this advanced product which is far beyond simple charting tool and named it Stock chart, although it can be used for different purposes.

Supports all modern browsers

We use SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) to render the charts. This technology is supported by all modern browsers including (but not limited to) modern versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer (since v.9). For older versions of Internet Explorer we use VML technology, which allows even IE6 users to view our charts. Our charts also run on mobile devices powered by iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) and Android (since v.4).

License includes JavaScript charts

JavaScript Stock license includes the same type of JavaScript charts license, so if you purchase any license of Stock chart you’ll be able to use our regular JavaScript charts without a need to purchase additional license.

WordPress plugin

Download our charts and maps plugin for WordPress and add a stock chart to your WordPress page within minutes.

Free even for commercial use

You can download and use all amCharts products for free. The only limitation of the free version is that a small link to this web site will be displayed in your charts.

Key features

  • Supports Line, Column, Candlestick, OHLC, Step Line chart types.
  • Can display data at irregular intervals.
  • The data might be yearly, monthly, daily, hourly. It can also contain minutes, seconds and milliseconds.
  • If there are more data points in the selected period than indicated, the data can be grouped into longer periods – weeks, months, years.
  • You can choose the value that you want to show for the period – open, close, average, sum, low or high.
  • Multiple charts (panels) with the same x axis can be displayed. Panels can be added/removed at run time.
  • News tickers (annotations) can be displayed.
  • Users can draw trend lines on a chart.
  • Multiple Y axes.
  • Logarithmic scale.
  • Smoothed lines.
  • A very comfortable scrollbar with graph in it.
  • Predefined and custom period selectors.
  • Multiple data sets can be used.
  • Can recalculate data to percent when comparing one data set with another.