Archive for the Charts and Art

Create Cool Interactive Sankey Diagram Using JavaScript — Tutorial June 13th, 2019 by Alfrick Opidi

Create Cool Interactive Sankey Diagram Using JavaScript — TutorialSankey diagrams are becoming more and more popular in data visualization tasks. So, it’s essential for front-end web developers to know how to create charts of this type. Actually, it is quite a simple and straightforward process, especially if you are using one of the good JavaScript charting libraries.

In my tutorial, I’ll show you how to create beautiful, intuitive, interactive JS (HTML5) Sankey diagrams with no fuss.

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How to Create Stunning Interactive Bar Charts Using JavaScript — Tutorial April 3rd, 2019 by Alfrick Opidi

Tutorial on creating stunning interactive bar charts using JavaScriptWeb developer Alfrick Opidi shows how to create beautiful interactive bar charts using JavaScript (HTML5), taking the AnyChart JS charting library as an example along the tutorial.

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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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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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What Is Data Visualization? Definition, History, and Examples November 20th, 2018 by Jay Stevenson

Data Visualization 101: What is data visualization? Definition, history, and examplesData visualization is the practice of converting data from raw figures into a graphical representation such as graphs, maps, charts, and complex dashboards. Let’s see what makes it important (meaning), how it has developed (history), and exactly how it can work in real life (examples). Join us on Data Visualization 101, an introduction to dataviz and its power.

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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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Creating Half Polar Chart with JavaScript — Challenge AnyChart! May 2nd, 2018 by Irina Maximova

Half Polar Chart — Challenge AnyChart!
Challenges are always fun, and we at AnyChart adore taking them up from our customers. AnyChart Support Team is happy to show how flexible AnyChart JS Charts are. Today’s tutorial is about JS polar charts. Spend about 5 minutes and you’ll find out how to draw a beautiful polar chart, but display only its one half, making it a half polar chart.

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Custom Technical Indicators in JavaScript Stock Charts — Challenge AnyChart! March 14th, 2018 by Irina Maximova

Custom Technical Indicators in JavaScript Stock Charts — Challenge AnyChart!
It is a pleasure to present a new Challenge AnyChart article! We love our customers and their original tasks, so we continue to show the unlimited capabilities of our JavaScript charting libraries to the blog readers.

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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Conditional Custom Drawing in JavaScript Charts — Challenge AnyChart! December 13th, 2017 by Vitaly Radionov

Conditional Custom Drawing in JavaScript Charts — Challenge AnyChart!The time has come for a new Challenge AnyChart! article! We continue to receive interesting data visualization tasks from our wonderful customers and are happy to share with our blog readers how to solve some of the most inspiring ones with the help of our JavaScript charting libraries.

In today’s tutorial, let’s dig into custom drawing and create an interactive HTML5 line chart of which the segments with negative values are painted with a different color than the rest of the graph.

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How to Add Multi-level Category Axis — Challenge AnyChart! November 29th, 2017 by Vitaly Radionov

Multi-level Category Axis — Challenge AnyChart!We are glad to present to you a new article in the Challenge AnyChart! series.

Just to remind you, these are articles inspired by your requests to our Support Team and our will to publicly prove that the opportunities of interactive data visualization with our JavaScript (HTML5) charting libraries are profound.

One of our customers asked us how to add a multi-level category axis for categorical data and display subcategories. Ok, there you go! We’ve made a quick tutorial and created the corresponding JavaScript chart example (you can already see it in the title picture).

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