JS Charts Library AnyChart Adds Timeline Chart and Network Graph in Version 8.6.0 May 15th, 2019 by AnyChart Team
AnyChart 8.6.0 is out! Check out what new awesome interactive data visualization features we’ve added to our award-winning JS charts library!
First and foremost, two new chart types are now available out of the box — greet the main protagonists of the 8.6.0 release:
Timeline Chart in AnyChart JS Charts Library
Timeline Chart is used to display a set of events in chronological order. It is typically a graphic design showing a long bar labeled with dates paralleling it, and usually contemporaneous events. Look at interactive Timeline Chart examples in our gallery. Read AnyChart Docs to learn how to create a JS Timeline Chart using our library.
Network Graph in AnyChart JS Charts Library
Network Graph, also Graph Chart, is a mathematical structure (graph) designed to show relationships between data points. This chart type visualizes how entities are interconnected with each other. Entities are displayed as nodes (points). Relationship between them (edges) are depicted as lines. Check out interactive Network Graph examples in our gallery. Read AnyChart docs to learn how to create a JS Network Graph using our library.
Then, the new major release AnyChart JS Charts 8.6.0 is bringing multiple other improvements, not to mention bug fixes.
Take a look into what’s new, by product:
Let us know if you have requests for new JS chart types or data visualization features. Contact our Support Team with all your tips and suggestions, and we’ll be happy to consider quickly delivering what you need. As always, you know.
Enjoy AnyChart 8.6.0!
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AnyChart Joins Qlik Technology Program and Adds 36 Chart Types to Qlik Sense in Just-Launched Extensions May 7th, 2019 by AnyChart Team
“We’re excited to be partnering with AnyChart, and their extensions will provide customers with additional choices for building even more compelling visualizations.”
— Mike Foster, Vice President, Strategic Partners at Qlik.
(Source: press release as of May 7, 2019.)
- Categories: AnyChart charting component, AnyGantt, AnyStock, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Qlik
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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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JS Sankey Diagram and Other Improvements in AnyChart 8.4.0 Released Just Now October 8th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
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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
We 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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To start with, here’s a quick list of what major new cool features have been delivered to our interactive data visualization solutions with this new release:
- Sunburst Chart;
- negative logarithmic scale;
- crosshair multiple labels;
- minimum/maximum labels;
- new technical indicators and additional touch support in stock charts;
- custom drawing, data grid live editor, and new timeline in Gantt charts
Now, let’s take a closer look at each of the major news of AnyChart 8.2.0 and then see what’s next on our roadmap.
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The heroes of today’s tutorial are custom technical indicators. Below we’ll explore how to add them to a JS (HTML5) stock chart step by step. So, let’s begin.
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2018 DEVIES is reported to be the world’s leading DevTech Awards event, taking place these days during DeveloperWeek in Oakland, CA, the largest developer expo and conference series globally.
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Check out what new cool and useful features are delivered in the new versions of our HTML5-based interactive data visualization solutions AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt and AnyMap, as well as what we are going to work on next.
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