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Nobel Laureates’ Countries, or Making Tag Cloud with JavaScript

October 3rd, 2023 by Awan Shrestha

Tag Cloud (Word Cloud) in JavaScriptThe Nobel Prize 2023 announcements are just around the corner, scheduled from October 2 to 9. Recently, I stumbled upon this news, sparking my interest in Nobel laureates and their countries of origin.

This curiosity led me to the comprehensive list of Nobel Prize winners on Britannica, which I transformed into an interactive tag cloud (or word cloud) using JavaScript, providing an elegant means to explore and uncover the countries with the highest number of Nobel laureates throughout history.

During this process, it dawned on me that this visualization could serve as an excellent illustrative example for a tutorial on creating interactive JS-based tag clouds. So, if you share my curiosity about Nobel laureates by country, you’re in for a treat right below! and if you’re eager to learn how I brought this tag cloud to life — and, therefore, how you can create your own — read on!

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How to Build Pie Charts with JavaScript

September 28th, 2023 by Shachee Swadia

Pie Chart in JavaScriptThe pie chart, a widely used chart type yet also a topic of debate here and there, has cemented its place in the realm of data visualization. When used appropriately, it provides an intuitive insight into the composition of data, with each slice of the pie representing a distinct component. In this tutorial, I’ll guide you through a straightforward path of creating interactive pie charts using JavaScript.

Every chart begins with data. To demonstrate the concepts in this tutorial, I decided to visualize the composition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) winnership over its 16-season history.

Whether you’re a novice or an experienced coder, get ready to immediately acquire the valuable skills of crafting visually appealing JS-based pie charts from scratch.

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Elevated Data Control & Customization in AnyChart’s Latest Qlik Sense Extensions

September 12th, 2023 by AnyChart Team

Elevated Data Control & Customization for Qlik Sense Extentions illustratedPrepare for an advanced level of data control and customization as we unveil the latest update for our Qlik Sense extensions! The September 2023 release is dedicated to enhancing your visual analytics experience, with a particular emphasis on the Decomposition Tree and Gantt Chart visuals. So, without delay, let’s delve into what’s new.

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Stock Chart Creation in JavaScript: Step-by-Step Guide

September 5th, 2023 by Shachee Swadia

Stock Chart in JavaScript (HTML)Chances are, you’ve come across various stock charts, whether you’re a seasoned trader or not. If crafting your data graphics piques your interest, you’re in the right place. Welcome to this user-friendly tutorial on building an interactive stock chart using JavaScript!

The JS stock chart we’ll create by the end of this guide will visually compare stock prices for three tech giants — Apple, Microsoft, and Google (Alphabet) — over the past decade. It’s a robust example to illustrate the stock charting process and the power of market data visualization.

So, hop on board as we explore the world of stock charts and learn how to create one from scratch.

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Meet YODA — Your Own Documents Assistant in Qlik Sense

August 22nd, 2023 by AnyChart Team

YODA extension in Qlik SenseWe’re thrilled to introduce YODA — Your Own Documents Assistant! It’s our brand new, AI-driven extension for Qlik Sense designed to augment your data journey when using Qlik. And we invite you to join its public debut at QlikWorld Tour 2023!

With YODA, you can seamlessly extract insights from various documents like contracts, corporate policies, and meeting notes directly within your Qlik reports, using natural language interactions.

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Creating Dynamic Linear Gauge for Real-Time Typing Speed Test Data Visualization: Using JavaScript

August 17th, 2023 by Nick Gogin

Linear Gauge for Real-Time Typing Speed Test Data VisualizationFrom clocks to weight scales, speedometers to thermostats, and even the battery charge icon on your phone, Gauge Charts are widely used to represent a value on a scale or range, providing a clear visual indication of the represented measurement. Gauges can be circular or linear, and in this article, our focus will be on the latter style. I will guide you on how to create a cool linear gauge using JavaScript.

Specifically, we will explore the demonstration of linear gauges using an example of a real-time typing speed test. Throughout the article, we will delve into the structure of linear gauges, discuss styling options, explore how they can be connected to data, and show how you can easily build your Linear Gauges using JavaScript in just a matter of minutes. By the end of the tutorial, you’ll have an awesome example of a linear gauge used to dynamically illustrate typing speed test results or whichever data you want.

So, let’s dive in and elevate your web-based interactive data visualization game!

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William Dibbern Uses AnyChart JS Charts to Visualize Wedding Guest Data

August 14th, 2023 by AnyChart Team

Wedding Data Viz by W. Dibbern: Use Case for JS Charts (Maps)The world’s leader in data visualization, AnyChart has a proven track record of empowering enterprises with robust charting solutions. However, the true essence of AnyChart lies in its versatility — it extends beyond corporate analytics, to making data meaningful in our everyday lives.

For example, meet William Dibbern, an Engineering Manager based in Chicago, who ingeniously applied our JavaScript charting library to his upcoming wedding plans, turning them into a heartfelt blend of technology and emotion.

Join us for an insightful interview with Will as we delve into his journey, exploring how he harnessed the power of AnyChart JS Charts to craft a delightful experience that celebrates love and data in a refreshingly personal way.

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Join AnyChart at QlikWorld Tour 2023

August 10th, 2023 by AnyChart Team

Join AnyChart at QlikWorld Tour 2023Get ready to dive into an exceptional data experience at QlikWorld Tour 2023! We at AnyChart are super stoked to be part of this epic roadshow as proud sponsors and warmly invite you to join us in one of the participating U.S. cities:

  • Dallas (The Star in Frisco) — August 10
  • San Francisco (Oracle Park) — August 24
  • New York (Pier60 at Chelsea Pier) — September 18
  • Atlanta (College Football Hall of Fame) — September 20

Spoiler alert: The star of the show will be our first-ever presentation of YODA — Your Own Documents Assistant, the newest, groundbreaking, AI-driven extension for Qlik Sense. Be among the first to witness its power!

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Building Bubble Chart with JavaScript

August 1st, 2023 by Awan Shrestha

Bubble Chart in JavaScriptDo you want to turn that data chaos into a comprehensible data show? Look no further than data visualization! And let me tell you, one chart to rule them all is the bubble chart. It's like blowing bubbles at your data and watching them pop into understanding! And the best part? With JavaScript, you can easily create an interactive bubble chart, and I will show you how!

Bubble charts are versatile data visualizations that display data points in the form of bubbles, where the bubbles' size, color, and position represent different variables. In this tutorial, I'll walk you through building these graphics step by step, making the process a breeze. For illustration, we'll take data on the popularity of various YouTube videos and use JavaScript to create an interactive bubble chart showcasing the top 30 most-liked videos of all time, categorized by year of release, views, and likes.

By the end of this tutorial, you'll be able to create visually-stunning JS-based bubble charts without any hassle. So let's dive into the world of data bubbles and turn numbers into a visual feast for the eyes!

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How to Visualize Data with Pareto Charts Using JavaScript

July 11th, 2023 by Shachee Swadia

Pareto Chart built using JavaScriptWelcome to this step-by-step tutorial that will empower you to create an interactive Pareto chart using JavaScript that will look nice on any device and in any browser!

A Pareto chart is a captivating graphical combo representation that showcases individual values through descending bars, while a line graph illustrates the cumulative total. It is a powerful tool highlighting the relative importance of different categories within a dataset. Named after the visionary economist Vilfredo Pareto, the Pareto chart embodies the Pareto principle, also known as the 80/20 rule. This principle reveals that approximately 80% of effects stem from a mere 20% of causes. With their ability to pinpoint the most significant elements driving a specific scenario, Pareto charts have become indispensable in certain areas of data analysis.

Every chart needs data, and for this tutorial, I have chosen a dataset to serve as an example for illustration. Together, we will embark on a journey to visualize the major customer complaints for consumer loans in a Pareto chart, demonstrating how easily you can achieve it at every step. So get ready, and let’s dive into the world of Pareto charts and create our own interactive masterpiece!

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