counter_culture VS Chartkick

Compare counter_culture vs Chartkick and see what are their differences.

Chartkick

Create beautiful JavaScript charts with one line of Ruby (by ankane)
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counter_culture Chartkick
3 3
1,528 5,888
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5.6 7.8
about 1 month ago 11 days ago
Ruby Ruby
MIT License MIT License
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counter_culture

Posts with mentions or reviews of counter_culture. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-06-25.

Chartkick

Posts with mentions or reviews of Chartkick. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2020-09-05.
  • I helped build a profitable MVP over a weekend
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Nov 2021
    > I assume there was some additional context about the order in the form that the restaurant filled out, to assist in the end-of-month bookkeeping?

    Sure, there were a couple extra fields.

    > And unless you built reporting into the MVP, I bet your friend got to learn how to use some kind of database GUI (e.g. phpMyAdmin) and/or basic queries?

    I don't really remember, but I bet we'd include an option to export to Excel. This project was built on Rails, and there are readily available gems to export data. Also, I believe we had a dashboard powered by https://github.com/ankane/chartkick. Setting it up may have taken 50% of time. Was it necessary? No. Did I mention this in my post, saying we could have done it in a day? Also no :D

    > This tripped me up for a second. In this context, "free" indicates that the courier was available..

    Thanks for catching this, changed it to "available" for clarity

  • Graphing Functionality
    1 project | reddit.com/r/rails | 11 Oct 2021
    All examples show how to graph data from the database: https://chartkick.com/
  • 26 most popular Ruby/Rails repositories on GitHub in July-August 2020
    26 projects | dev.to | 5 Sep 2020
    Chartkick helps you to create beautiful JavaScript charts with one line of Ruby. 5,600 stars by now

What are some alternatives?

When comparing counter_culture and Chartkick you can also consider the following projects:

Rails Erd - Generate Entity-Relationship Diagrams for Rails applications

LazyHighCharts - Make highcharts a la ruby , works in rails 5.X / 4.X / 3.X, and other ruby web frameworks

Gruff Graphs - Gruff graphing library for Ruby

RailRoady - Ruby on Rails 3/4/5 model and controller UML class diagram generator. (`brew/port/apt-get install graphviz` before use!)

GeoPattern - Create beautiful generative geometric background images from a string.

apexcharts.rb - :bar_chart: Awesome charts for your ruby app powered by ApexCharts.JS.

clipboard-rails - clipboard.js javascript library integration for your Rails 4 and Rails 5 applications

GnuplotRB - Google Summer of Code 2015 project

TTY - Toolkit for developing sleek command line apps.

Ruby/GraphViz - [MIRROR] Ruby interface to the GraphViz graphing tool

TrianglePattern - Dynamically generate beautiful triangle background patterns using delaunay triangulation

Ancestry - Organise ActiveRecord model into a tree structure