JointJS, a powerful diagramming library, helps developers and companies of any size build advanced visual applications and No-Code/Low-Code tools. It provides a wealth of ready-made demos and a set of prebuilt features that make creating visual applications containing diagramming studios such as Marey chart a breeze.
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This type of diagram is mainly used in transport to show the timetable of a bus, train or other vehicle. Two dimensions are taken into account for documenting speed and distances: time and station.
Timetable display is one of the use cases for which a Marey diagram can be used. Another application is workflow analysis, which helps companies to clarify, for example, the efficiency of their teams. In an interesting example explained in this article, we see a comparison of four teams trying to achieve the same result. In this case, displaying the workflow in the Marey chart gives supervisors a good idea about how quickly each of the teams managed to build and deploy a solution.
Modern development is not about building everything from scratch. The JointJS team equips you with plenty of ready-to-use demo apps that can serve as a boilerplate and radically reduce your development time. Visit our Github profile to get the source code of the Marey chart demo and learn from other diagramming enthusiasts.