Archive for the AnyChart charting component

Stacked Column Charts with Images — Challenge AnyChart! January 23rd, 2019 by Irina Maximova

Images in Stacked Column Charts Series explained in Challenge AnyChart!We are ready to share a new advanced JS (HTML5) data visualization tutorial. Tasks we get from our customers are always interesting, and the Challenge AnyChart! series on our blog proved to be a great way to show you some of the most compelling ones and explain how to solve them, demonstrating the power and flexibility of our JavaScript charts library. Today’s challenge is about adding images to stacked column charts using AnyChart.

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Qlik Data Visualization Extension: Introducing Custom Drawing Over Custom Theme January 16th, 2019 by Irina Maximova

Qlik Data Visualization Extension: Introducing custom drawing over a custom theme with AnyChartOur Qlik Charts Extension now allows a custom renderer to be set for certain chart types! We’ll show you how to make use of this new great feature in your Qlik data visualization practice, implementing custom drawing over a custom theme.

Before we begin, please note: We recommend getting acquainted with the custom drawing documentation of AnyChart JS Charts if you never worked with it before. When you do that, it will be easier for you to understand what the custom drawing functions are and how to use them right and best.

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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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JavaScript Data Visualization Libraries Updated with New Features — Meet AnyChart JS Charts 8.5.0 December 25th, 2018 by AnyChart Team

JavaScript Data Visualization Libraries Updated with New Features — Meet AnyChart JS Charts 8.5.0On this wonderful day, we are excited to announce a new major update for our JavaScript data visualization libraries: AnyChart 8.5.0 is released!

The new version brings a lot of advanced features and improvements that make our JS (HTML5) charting solutions even more powerful. 3D Surface Plot, Word Tree, and much more — spare a minute to look through the highlights of the 8.5.0 release of AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt, and AnyMap.

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Qlik Extension Gets Gantt Chart and Tag Cloud in Version 2.5.0 November 6th, 2018 by AnyChart Team

Qlik Extension Gets Gantt Chart and Tag Cloud in Version 2.5.0Following the 8.4.0 release of the AnyChart JS Charts library, now we’ve also got an awesome major update for our data visualization extension for Qlik Sense. Its version 2.5.0 is already available, adding Gantt Chart and Tag Cloud to the list of supported chart types.

Meet AnyChart Qlik Extension 2.5.0!

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JS Sankey Diagram and Other Improvements in AnyChart 8.4.0 Released Just Now October 8th, 2018 by AnyChart Team

JS Sankey Diagram and Other Improvements in AnyChart 8.4.0 Released Just NowThe year’s third major update for AnyChart is out, featuring the JS Sankey Diagram chart type as the ultimate centerpiece of the new release.

Learn more about AnyChart 8.4.0 and start making use of our updated JavaScript (HTML5) libraries for interactive data visualization right away.

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Current Price Indicator with Custom Value and Scale Calculation in JavaScript Stock Charts — Challenge AnyChart! September 19th, 2018 by Irina Maximova

Current Price Indicator with Custom Value and Scale Calculation in JavaScript Stock Charts — Challenge AnyChart!Further inspired by noteworthy questions our Support Team receives from customers, we resume the Challenge AnyChart! feature, demonstrating huge flexibility of our JavaScript (HTML5) charting libraries and explaining how exactly you can solve advanced data visualization tasks with the help of AnyChart. Today’s tutorial is about JS stock charts, and more precisely, we’ll dive into how to draw the Current Price Indicator with a custom value and make it visible even when zooming and scrolling, by utilizing Axis Markers.

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JS Chart Libraries Get New Great Features in 8.3.0 Release of AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyMap and AnyGantt July 10th, 2018 by AnyChart Team

JS Chart Libraries Get New Great Features in 8.3.0 Release of AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyMap and AnyGanttWe at AnyChart are proud to announce the 8.3.0 release of our JS chart libraries AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt, and AnyMap! The present major update brings full support of HTML in tooltips, background settings for chart data bounds, coloring rules and thresholds, easy axis label positioning, new technical indicators, and even more.

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Data Visualization with Elasticsearch and AnyChart JavaScript Charts — Integration Sample June 21st, 2018 by Irina Maximova

Elasticsearch-AnyChart JS Charts integration sample
It’s always been important to AnyChart to make JavaScript charts run in HTML5 projects fast regardless of the users’ technology stack. Our AnyChart, AnyMap, AnyStock, and AnyGantt libraries for data visualization are compatible with all major technologies and platforms, and there is a bunch of different integration samples already available. All of them are a great help in making the process of chart creation more pleasant and less time-consuming. In this article, we will tell you how to integrate AnyChart JS Charts with Elasticsearch. To begin with, let’s find out what Elasticsearch is and what makes it special.

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Qlik Charts Updated to Version 2.4.0, Now with Multiple Scales, Localizations, and More June 14th, 2018 by AnyChart Team

Qlik Charts Updated to Version 2.4.0, Now with Multiple Scales, Localizations, and MoreGreat 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.

Learn more about the new version of our JavaScript (HTML5) charting library extension for interactive data visualization on Qlik data analytics platform, and what’s next in our plans.

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