Good news, everyone! We are putting finishing touches on the new AnyMap HTML5 engine, along with the new version of AnyChart with an amazing Theming Feature: ability to segregate settings and data once and till the end of times (if you wish to) and switch visual presets on-the-fly. And we are going to show the first demo of AnyStock HTML5 next week too.
Also, some interesting stuff we’ve encountered this week and covered on AnyChart Facebook Page:
We’ve noticed Line Charts in Age of Wonders III and Triumph Studios spotted that we were on the tutorial level.
Two great projects from the UK:
- Seeing Data: Making Sense of Data Through Visualisations is a research project which aims to understand how people make sense of data visualisations, the project is headed by Helen Kennedy, Professor of Digital Society at the Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield.
- Compound Interest is a site that aims to take a closer look at the chemical compounds we come across on a day-to-day basis. It also provides graphics for educational purposes, both for teacher and student use. The site is run single-handedly by Andy Brunning, a chemistry teacher based in the UK who creates the graphics for the site in his spare time.
This week we have posted the following news on data visualization, data science, and AnyChart:
- This nice animated infographic by CNNMoney shows how the median home in America has changed of the past 40 years.
- Read the article by Explorer (UK) Ltd about AnyChart Pie Charts in Oracle Application Express (APEX).
- On July 23, 2015, a Big Data meeting will be held online. Participation is free, but you need to register in advance. The group is meant to be a hub for those involved in Big Data and Data Science in the world. Meetings will be monthly in online to discuss architecture, challenges, solutions , products and ideas that Big Data companies are facing and to learn from fellow Big Data professionals.
- Check out this animated map showing how Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam spread across the world.
Here is a quick recap of the interesting information on data visualization, which we have discovered this week – and, of course, of some AnyChart news:
- This incredibly detailed map shows how Europe’s population changed from 2001 to 2011. It is the first ever to collect data published by all of Europe’s municipalities, so it provides a level of detail previously unavailable.
- We have released AnyChart 7.5.1 – a new version of our HTML5 charts with some bugs fixed. Read more on our blog.
- In July 2015, a Coursera course in data visualization is back. This is an excellent opportunity for everyone involved to broaden their knowledge!
- How do you manage a remote team? Read tips from 6 experts (one of them is from AnyChart).
- Improved the Animation feature.
- Fixed the bug with multiple markers in Circular Gauges.
- Solved the issue with the min/max bubble size in Bubble Charts.
- Fixed the bug with Inside Labels incorrect overlapping in Pie Charts.
We are sorry for any inconveniences caused by the bugs. Our team is constantly working to improve AnyChart and achieve the best quality possible. And you’re always welcome to submit any questions to our support system.
AnyChart version history: https://www.anychart.com/products/anychart/history/
Trial download: https://www.anychart.com/download/
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