Interesting Data Visualizations About Treaties, Earth, Happiness, and World Cup — DataViz Weekly June 22nd, 2018 by AnyChart Team
DataViz Weekly continues to share with you interesting data stories and visualizations. Take a look at our new selection:
- U.S. Treaties Explorer;
- ancient Earth globe;
- happy moments in life;
- FIFA World Cup prize money.
Understanding Data with Help of Visualization — DataViz Weekly June 15th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Understanding data gets easier when the data you are looking into is visualized. To illustrate this, here’s a new collection of interesting charts, infographics, and stories based on them that we have found on the web just recently.
Today in Data Visualization Weekly:
- life in Central New York;
- population distribution in the big picture;
- gender gap in school test scores;
- cancer risk factors.
Qlik Charts Updated to Version 2.4.0, Now with Multiple Scales, Localizations, and More June 14th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Great news for Qlik users! We’ve released version 2.4.0 of the AnyChart Qlik Extension. The latest update brings several important new features to Qlik charts: multiple scales, localization support, coloring controls for OHLC, candlestick and waterfall charts, as well as label rotation settings.
Visualizing Data About Volcano Eruptions, Remote Work, Unsolved Homicides, and Russian Economy — DataViz Weekly June 8th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
The new DataViz Weekly article is here. Today, we are glad to share with you the following cool data visuals, just in case you missed them out there:
- all known volcano eruptions since 1883;
- remote and non-remote workers’ time usage;
- unsolved murders in major US cities;
- Russia’s economic results.
Cool DataViz Examples About Elections, NBA, Energy, and Schools — DataViz Weekly June 1st, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Want to see new cool dataviz examples? We have some right here! Check out our this week’s selection of interesting charts and data stories in Data Visualization Weekly.
Here’s what we are glad to put a spotlight on this time:
- The Economist’s predictive model for November’s mid-term elections;
- key NBA players’ stats vs. their teams’ chance to win;
- US energy flow;
- choosing a school in Chicago.