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Recap of the Week – 10/25/2015

October 25th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

This week (as always) we have shared on AnyChart Facebook Page and Twitter some interesting information on data visualization and programming:

  • Travel Dashboard – A Look Back at Recent Trends. Wherever travelers go, they’re online. Whether planning a trip, navigating a new city, or sharing vacation memories, they turn to the web, using whatever device is at hand. This has completely reshaped the path to purchase, creating many moments of intent. The Google data in this dashboard provides a glimpse into these moments.
  • Eve is a set of tools that may help you think. Currently, Eve includes a database, a temporal logic query language, and an IDE. See this tutorial below to walk through the features of Eve.
  • Check out these beautiful visualizations of poems, created by German data artist Diana Lange (See more here.)
  • A Matter of Perspective – What happens if you cut the shoreline of a lake and unfurl it? See it for yourself!

Recap of the Week – 10/17/2015

October 17th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

In this post you will find a quick recap of our Facebook posts and tweets on data visualization, JavaScript, and AnyStock JS charts, which we have shared with you this week:

  • AnyStock: Big Data Speed Test – a speed test demonstrating that AnyChart Stock and Financial Charts can render 250,000 data points in less than a second on average PC.
  • Gender Pay Gap – a simple and clear data visualization showing the gender pay gap in the United States. Look at it and try to spot the jobs where women are actually paid more than men.
  • NodeJS : A quick optimization advice.
  • 50 Smartest Companies 2015 – this interactive chart by MIT Technology Review​ looks quite informative. Massive solar panel factories. Fertility treatments. Friendly robots. Meet the companies reshaping the technology business.
  • London Bicycle Usage – an analysis of the frequency bicycles were used in London.

Recap of the Week – 10/11/2015

October 11th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

Here is a recap of data visualization news we have shared with you this week AnyChart Facebook Page and Twitter:

Recap of the Week – 10/5/2015

October 5th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

Good news! This week we have released AnyStock‬ 7.7.0, AnyMap‬ 7.7.0 (with 200+ Map Collection and Bubble Series), and ‪AnyChart‬ 7.7.0 (with new types of Tooltips and the ability to multi-select points). Read more in this blog.

And here are the news on data visualization we have posted on AnyChart Facebook Page and Twitter:

  • Time and Place – a successful attempt to find stories from personal data. See how mundane information about one’s movement and activity can be turned into something noteworthy.
  • City Layouts – extraordinary views of large capitals and small towns, created using satellite-based information.
  • Global threat interactive: What’s the world scared of? Obviously, it depends on the country…

7.7.0 Release

October 1st, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh

A lot of good things come in this grand package: AnyStock HTML5 release, 200+ Map Collection and Bubble Series for AnyMap, and new types of Tooltips along with the ability to multi-select points in AnyChart.

AnyStock 7.7.0 Features

AnyChart Stock and Financial Charts (AnyStock) is a JavaScript-based financial charting solution. AnyStock technology turns your real-time data into highly sophisticated interactive web charts. Designed to display date- and time-based information, AnyStock is an ideal tool for client reporting and performance reporting applications, bringing the analysis of your financial data to life.

Stock Data Engine
We are proud to introduce, a data layer designed specifically to meet Stock and Financial Charts needs. Beside basic features like data streaming, data mapping, and transaction-based data flow, provides the ability to search and select data by DateTime intervals, which allows to implement custom UI elements based on this data.
Learn more about Stock Data Engine >>
Take a look at the Gallery sample >>
Ultimate Performance
Good rendering performance is essential for Stock and Financial Charts, and AnyStock meets this requirement in full. Our performance tests show the ability to render 300,000 points in less than a second on an average PC. The data stream can append 10,000 data points in 100 milliseconds. You can test it yourself on the performance test page.
Take a look at the Speed Test page >>

This release of AnyStock includes basic chart and plot layout options and basic features (such as Scroller, Legend, and Value Highlighter), along with the Column, Line, and OHLC series types. If you are wondering where the technical indicators, other series types, event markers and drawings are, the answer is simple: in our roadmap! Check it out and see that we will catch up very fast. See the roadmap>>

AnyMap 7.7.0 New Features

Map Collection
Without geographical data, it is impossible to create a data visualization related to geographic areas. We are happy to introduce our new Map Collection. For the moment it contains 200+ country maps and one world map. We are planning to extend this collection, and, of course, the ability to create custom maps is available.
See Map Collection CDN Page >>
Take a look at the Map Collection in AnyChart Playground >>
Bubble/Proportion Maps
Bubble maps (also known as Proportion maps) are usually used to display or compare quantitative data related to geographic areas, be it election results, sales statistics per region, or earthquake magnitude.
Take a look at the Map Gallery sample >>
Learn more about Bubble/Proportion maps >>

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