Many thousands of developers worldwide use our solutions for interactive data visualization. So it is hardly surprising to come across a graphic powered by AnyChart here or there. Some projects, however, deserve a showcase. Such a new interesting one demonstrating great use of AnyChart has recently come to our notice and we are happy to let you know about it.
The project is called Nemus. Shh, it is still in beta, not yet officially launched. But Rodrigo Gómez Conejo, Head of ICT and Knowledge Management Area at Cesefor, allowed us to let you in and even gave us a brief interview disclosing some peculiar details about the system and how AnyChart is employed — check it out below. (Stack: jQuery/CodeIgniter/PostgreSQL.)
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Are you ready for another set of excellent data graphics examples? It’s time! The following projects made it to the newest DataViz Weekly digest — see the list below and keep reading for a closer look!
- Average weekday in the life of Americans — Nathan Yau
- Race and ethnicity across the United States — CNN
- Inflation in the United States — NYT Opinion
- COVID-19 spread across the world over time — Olivia Jack
DataViz Weekly is here with an overview of new impressive visualizations that make data talk. These four projects grabbed our attention recently and we could not help telling you about them!
- The biggest carry jobs in NBA history — The Pudding
- Global and regional climate change effects — IPCC
- Presidential and bipartisan infrastructure plans in comparison — The Upshot
- Urban development and sprawl in America between 2001 and 2019 — The Washington Post
Smart resource allocation is a must to achieve a high level of operational efficiency. Aiming to ensure it, project management professionals commonly rely on a special form of data visualization called a Resource Gantt chart. Creating graphics like this may seem daunting at first sight. But I am here to show you an easy way to build Resource Gantt charts with JS using a compelling, topical example.
Resource Gantt charts, also known as simply Resource charts, consist of bars oriented along the horizontal axis. Each bar visualizes a resource used by an activity, with the length representing the duration while that resource is occupied by that activity. The left and right edges of the bars display the start and end times. The resources, or event labels, are listed on the left. The dates and times are shown in the header.
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It is Friday the 13th. But don’t worry about the irrational! Check out the four really cool data visualization projects we have discovered around the web these days and you will be fine, entertained, and inspired.
Today on DataViz Weekly:
- Codebase visualization in packed bubble charts — GitHub OCTO
- Climate change impacts through 2099 — Climate Impact Lab
- Shifts in U.S. time use patterns during the pandemic — Nathan Yau
- 50 years of social change in England and Wales — ONS
Leading the enterprise data visualization market, AnyChart is also widely used by not-for-profit organizations in sectors such as education. Stephen Blackwell from Yarra Hills Secondary College (Australia) has recently shown us another great example of such an application.
Stephen kindly agreed to tell us about his Digital Data Wall project and how AnyChart is implemented. Read our fresh interview below. As you can imagine the original web app is for internal use only, but if you want to take a glance here is a copy with de-identified student data (password anychArt) and this is an example of an individual student profile. (Stack: PHP/MySQL.)
Delayed one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Summer Olympics officially known as the Games of the XXXII Olympiad and commonly referred to simply as Tokyo 2020 have been underway for two weeks and are already coming to a close, with under 50 medal sets yet to be distributed over the remaining two days.
In this special edition of DataViz Weekly, we are happy to showcase four wonderful Olympic medal trackers providing an insightful view of medal counts and country standings with the help of telling visualizations — from Bloomberg News, The New York Times’s The Upshot, FiveThirtyEight, and Axios.