Below you will find the samples that are currently available. Please note that all of them are repositories on GitHub, distributed under an Apache 2.0 License, and you can fork and change them as you like. Do not hesitate to pull requests or raise issues if you want to suggest an improvement or think that there is a bug in the code. We are going to expand this list and improve the samples, but if right now you are interested in a particular integration not listed here, please contact us.
|Simple PHP Integration Sample
|PHP Integration Sample, Based on Slim
|iOS Objective-C Integration Sample
|Clojure and ClojureScript Integration Sample
Clojure is a dialect of the Lisp programming language, which is a very popular choice for creating server/backend applications. ClojureScript and the Postgresql database together make an excellent combination of tools, suitable for the most wide range of applications including data visualization solutions of any kind. Today there is rarely just one or two charts in an application – usually you see a dashboard with many interrelated elements. In this sample you will find a sales dashboard with such common chart types as Line, Bar, and Pie, and you will be surprised to realize how well AnyChart’s ideology fit the principles of Closure: simple modules will allow you to quickly get all the things that users expect to see on an up-to-date HTML5 website.
|NodeJs and MongoDB Integration Sample
AnyChart charting library is a number one choice for anyone who is going into the world of data visualization and wants to excel in the fast-evolving world of BI solutions. When we develop our charts, one of our aims is providing users with the best result in any browser, but we also do our best to make the process of creating and supporting applications easier for developers.
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First Ever Area Charts Created 200+ Years Ago December 23rd, 2015 by AnyChart Team
Scottish engineer and political economist William Playfair is credited with inventing not only the bar chart but also the area charts.
Generally speaking, Playfair’s publication The Commercial and Political Atlas, first appeared in 1786, contained many interesting time-series graphs. The following two of them are more particularly mentioned today as the first area charts in history.
1. Interest of the National Debt from the Revolution. Single-series.
2. Chart of all the Imports and Exports to and from England from the Year 1700 to 1782, originally dated August 20th, 1785. This chart can also be treated as at least one of the first multi-series area charts. The area between two curves shows the difference between them and is a great visual representation of the balance of trade.
- This abolitionist infographic (1788) shows deck plans and cross sections of British slave ship Brookes. It is a strange, unexamined feature of the bicentenary that this image has still served to shape perceptions over two hundred years since its publication. Its continued usage cannot be explained away with traditional assumptions of its ‘innate power’ or ‘effective communication’. Read more about the poster in this article.
- NARKOZ/hacker-scripts – Hate to waste your time on routine tasks like waiting for the coffee-machine to make your latte? Use scripts to hack your life! LOL “The coffee machines uses telnet not SSH!!! this one waits exactly 17 seconds (!), then opens a telnet session to our coffee-machine (we had no frikin idea the coffee machine is on the network, runs linux and has a TCP socket up and running) and sends something like
- 15 Years of Terror – a time-lapse of all terrorist attacks with more than 20 fatalities between 1.12.2000 and 13.11.2015.
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Recap of the Week – 12/6/2015 December 7th, 2015 by Margaret Skomorokh
- Kepler Orrery IV – This awesome data visualization is a new version of the Kepler Orrery animation. It shows all of the Kepler multi-planet systems on the same scale as the Solar System.
- Tor Flow is a fascinating data visualization showing information flow in the Tor network – a group of volunteer-operated servers that allows people to improve their privacy and security on the Internet.
- GOP early debate: candidates ranked – a cool interactive visualization based on Google search.