The area chart is one of the basic charts used to show changes in data over time. The key feature of this chart type is a colored area between the horizontal X-axis and the line marking the changing value. It can be filled with a color, gradient color, or with a hatch fill.
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Here we are, bringing you the new pick of interesting data visualization examples we came across lately!
Check out what visual graphics we’ve included in this week’s Data Visualization Weekly post:
- where China sends money;
- what governments make the most requests for Twitter’s user data;
- visualizing every weapon in the US nuclear arsenal;
- animated interactive guide to frequency trails charts.
Meet Challenge AnyChart, a brand new feature on our blog that every dataviz engineer will fall in love with! Each article in this series will be a quick tutorial on how to complete a specific data visualization task that – at first sight – seems too complicated or even unsolvable with AnyChart JS Charts.
From now on, once in a couple of weeks, we’ll pick a thrilling challenge – one of those you’ve shared with our Support Team. And then we’ll show you the best way to deal with it. So all of you can see: Nothing is impossible in AnyChart!
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We know that our Data Visualization Weekly has been watched and read by many people. So we are glad to continue this series of posts and share the next one right now, presenting new cool charts showing various interesting data.
Today in Data Visualization Weekly:
- days between mass shootings in the United States;
- interactive world map of Christianity;
- how US citizens differ by age;
- what women and men think about careers and household tasks.
The beauty of data visualization lies not only in a pretty design or any graphical features one might like to implement. Also – and actually, foremost – it is about making data speak and communicate trends, connections, and patterns previously hidden or simply been harder to discover and explore.
Check out the new Data Visualization Weekly with several new examples of dataviz that are both informative and cute:
- tech takeover of the global advertising industry;
- road deaths in developing countries;
- who earns more in male-female partner households in the US;
- SFARI Gene – gene-centered autism research data and visuals.
Data is great. Visualized data is awesome! Charts, dashboards, infographics – all these are specifically designed to provide an advanced look into data, deliver a better insight, and finally, get a clearer understanding of what’s happening so we can make the right decisions.
We are keen on showing you some good data visualization examples each week to prove that. Here are the new ones we’ve decided to share this time:
- Trump’s approval ratings;
- cryptocurrency market;
- Las Vegas gunfire speed;
- map of all unicorn companies.
Join us in reviewing the core innovations delivered in the 8th, module-based generation of AnyChart, including the brand new features now available in our JS charting libraries AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt, and AnyMap, as well as what else is in our nearest plans.
AnyChart JS Charts 8.0.0: Modules, Custom Builds, and Much More
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