Archive for January, 2019

Cool Data Stories and Reports with Visualizations — DataViz Weekly January 11th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Cool Data Stories and Reports with Visualizations — DataViz WeeklyCheck out some more interesting visualizations in cool data stories and reports from the last year. We’ve never put them on DataViz Weekly, but now is still a good time to do that. Today, we are glad to feature nice projects about happiness and prosperity around the world, as well as about stock market volatility and mapping tree canopy.

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Year in Review in Graphics from Top U.S. Publications — DataViz Weekly January 4th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Year in Review in Graphics from Top U.S. Publications, in DataViz WeeklyHappy New Year, everyone! 2019 is already here. But while we still feel the proximity of the last year, let’s take another look back. 2018 brought us numerous interesting visual stories based on data and graphics. For this year’s first DataViz Weekly, we’ve put together year-in-review projects of the graphics teams at four leading media publications in the U.S. (we are a U.S. based company, right): The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The L.A. Times, and The Washington Post. Check out some of the key facts, trends, and findings of 2018 in their top picks.

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Custom WiFi Polar Chart in JavaScript — Challenge AnyChart! January 2nd, 2019 by Irina Maximova

Custom WiFi Polar Chart in JavaScript — Challenge AnyChart!Solving challenges is a thing that the AnyChart team can’t live without, and we willingly continue to share some of the most interesting customer cases within the framework of Challenge AnyChart! on our blog. This feature gives us a great chance to help customers with similar tasks and demonstrate the unlimited data visualization capabilities of our JavaScript charting library time after time. The challenge being solved along today’s tutorial is about building a beautiful WiFi polar chart — a custom interactive JS (HTML5) polar chart that displays devices depending on the WiFi signal strength.

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