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Visualizing Data in Charts – Data Visualization Weekly September 15th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Data in Charts – Data Visualization WeeklyVisualizing data is a great way to communicate it to people and ensure its better, more insightful perception. That’s why charts and dashboards have already become so widespread.

We continue the Data Visualization Weekly initiative to let you learn about new and interesting dataviz examples on a regular basis. This article showcases another four of them that might serve well for inspiration or simply help you get a better understanding of some facts and processes taking place out there in the world.

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Top Big Data Trends for 2017 September 13th, 2017 by Jay Stevenson

Big data trends in 2017: top trends in big data explainedBig Data has been growing exponentially as a very special segment in the core of today’s data analytics, with all the more organizations and companies collecting, visualizing, exploring and communicating large amounts of various kinds of data. In this article, we will talk about notable big data trends that we see in and for 2017 and also take a quick look at some technologies being widely used in this field today.

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Peculiar Data Visualizations and Infographics in DataViz Weekly September 8th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Peculiar Data Visualizations and Infographics in DataViz WeeklySurfing the Internet in search of new beautiful and peculiar data visualizations is indeed a very captivating activity. In fact, we are doing that literally all the time, looking for the best practices and inspiration that help us get an ever better understanding of the dataviz and further improve our data visualization solutions. And we are always glad to share with you some peculiar chart examples that we happen to find out there from time to time.

The new Data Visualization Weekly collection includes the following visualizations:

  • Houston’s 50 inches of rain: How much is it for your city?
  • Sex as a spectrum.
  • Immigrant families boost the birth rate in the US.
  • Fentanyl and other drug death data in the US visualized for 2000-2016.

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Data Visualization with JavaScript: The Story of AnyChart JS Charts September 7th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Data Visualization with JavaScript: Product Hunt's No. 1 Hunter Interviews AnyChart's CEOAnyChart is a flexible JavaScript (HTML5) based solution that allows you to create interactive and great looking charts. It is a cross-browser and cross-platform charting solution intended for everybody who deals with creation of dashboard, reporting, analytics, statistical, financial or any other data visualization solutions. AnyChart works everywhere -PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads, Android devices and helps businesses transform operational data into actionable information.

Kevin William David interviewed Anton Baranchuk, CEO at Anychart to know more.

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Creative Data Visualization Examples – DataViz Weekly September 1st, 2017 by AnyChart Team

The presentation of data using graphical formats is a global trend. Many people, including us, love data visualization and the amazing creativity that it allows. Your dataviz projects don’t have to be typical and common, they need – at least sometimes and for some reason – to be something that is more unique as well as more captivating. A top notch graphical representation of data will comprise numerous creative elements that many viewers have never seen before. Nothing can make your dataviz project go viral more than creativity, so creative data visualization examples are the key to getting more viewership.

Below are a few of interesting data visualizations projects that we pulled from the Web. Check out how each data expert has applied creativity in their work.

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Top Data Visualization Mistakes to Avoid August 29th, 2017 by Jay Stevenson

Revealing and explaining top data visualization mistakes to avoidData visualization is a fast and simple way to convey messages and concepts in an efficient manner. Besides improving the information relay, this approach has also changed the way business is done. Organizations that deal with large amounts of information on a daily basis can now process data and have the intended audience decipher it at lightning-fast speeds, thus enhancing the process of information management. However, data visualization mistakes are quite widespread, and let’s take a look what they are, why they are harmful, and how to avoid them.

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Examples of Data Visualizations That People Like – DataViz Weekly August 25th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Examples of Data Visualizations That People Like – DataViz WeeklyThe new Data Visualization Weekly article reviews another set of interesting examples of data visualizations we’ve found on the Web: some amazing, some notable. In fact, data can speak much more clearly when visualized, allowing us to gain and remember more insights than we could reveal and remember from the texts and tables. The following dataviz works are vivid examples of that.

Let’s look at the following samples of creativity in the data visualization sphere:

  • The Shadow Peace, a data-driven documentary on nuclear war;
  • delays and cancellations in New York’s subway;
  • time to earn an architecture license;
  • visualizing large date and time based data.

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Inspirational Data Visuals To Drive the Message Home – DataViz Weekly August 18th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Inspirational Data Visuals To Drive the Message Home – DataViz WeeklyData visualization (often shorted to ‘dataviz’) makes your data easier and more interesting to read as well as understand. A wide range of visual elements, including maps, charts and images are more effective at driving the message home. Check out our amazing compilation of data visuals pulled from the Web into the new article of Data Visualization Weekly. In fact, these became known just recently:

  • New York Times’ detailed fan maps;
  • Jan Willem Tulp’s solar eclipse map;
  • Carter Emmart’s planet Mars astrovisualization;
  • Lipponen’s amazing temperature anomalies chart.

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Interesting Charting Examples Shared Recently – Data Visualization Weekly August 4th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Interesting Charting Examples Shared Recently – Data Visualization WeeklyThe first Data Visualization Weekly article in August 2017 is out! Check out the four interesting charting examples that we decided to share with you today:

  • UK election results;
  • the most popular colors on the most visited websites;
  • S&P companies with the highest share of cash held overseas;
  • forest degradation in the Brazilian Amazon.

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Worth Seeing Visualizations of Data – DataViz Weekly July 28th, 2017 by AnyChart Team

Worth Seeing Visualizations of Data – DataViz WeeklyData visualization quickly evolves as an industry. The wider variety of information emerges on the Internet, the higher quality and more extraordinary visualizations of data it demands. New chart types and features appear, technologies get improved, and all in all, data visualization companies to meet the growing needs of their customers.

As a result, there are more and more interesting data research and visualizations we can find out there, and we are glad to keep sharing some of them in our weekly digest of worth seeing data visualization examples.

This article will show you several interesting and outstanding visualizations of data on the following topics:

  • fertility worldwide over time;
  • Oregon’s increasing diversity;
  • Australian population as 100 people;
  • animated visualization of the London Tube.

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