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Timeline for the #Vote100 celebrations at the University of Edinburgh, also displayed on an interactive touch screen in the university campus

A powerful tool for exploring the Museo Del Prado collection in its historical context, launched as part of the #Prado200 bicentennial anniversary

Automatically updating Wikidata powered timeline created for the National Library of Wales, with over 4000 entries from the Dictionary of Welsh Biography.

Why histropediaJS...

Easy Custom Styling

Create the perfect design using a wide range of built in styling options. It's simple to control the style of individual events on the timeline, or set up themes to use across multiple timelines.

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High Performance

Built as the engine for our Timeline Of Everything project, HistropediaJS offers a huge performance advantage over other timeline libraries - ideal for visualising large data sets.

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‘Drop in’ to any website

Timelines are rendered in HTML5 Canvas and require no CSS, making it easy to work on them independently and insert into a website at any stage in the development.

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Example timeline using default options


Data from a Wikidata Sparql query

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Free for non-commercial use

Suitable for non-profits, charities and personal use provided no revenue is being generated from the use of HistropediaJS. See the download page for more info.

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Commercial and other uses

If you are interested in a commercial licence or are a charity or non-profit engaging in commercial activities, please get in touch to discuss a bespoke licence and pricing. We're also very keen on joint ventures and collaborations so do let us know if you have a project idea you want to discuss!

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