New Features in AnyChart 8.7.0
Stock UI Controls: Swap and Maximize
The AnyStock JS library is now provided with three new UI controls in the form of buttons — “Up,” “Down,” and “Maximize.” The buttons make it easy for the viewer, market data analyst or trader, to swap the adjoining stock charts by moving one of them up or down, or maximize a certain visualization so it fills the entire page.
Stock Plot Splitter
A splitter is now automatically created between stock chart plots. It enables the viewer to change the relative height of the charts by dragging them up or down. This feature can facilitate data analysis when multiple stock or financial charts are drawn on the same page one above the other, allowing the viewer to make a (currently) more important visualization bigger than the others.
Infinite Range Annotations
New Technical Indicators
Five new out-of-the-box indicators for technical analysis are now available in stock charts: Envelope (ENV), Ichimoku Cloud (IKH), Price Oscillator (PPO), Rank Correlation Index (RCI), and Psychological Line (PSY). You’ll find stock chart examples showcasing these and other technical indicators in a special section of our gallery.
Milestone Preview on Parent Task Bar
Milestone preview on the parent task bar is now available in the AnyGantt library. This new feature will allow the viewer of a Gantt chart to quickly understand what milestones such a task has and then expand it to learn the details if needed. Check out an example of a Gantt chart with milestone preview in our gallery.
Custom Marker for Milestone
In release 8.7.0, we’ve also added an option to customize milestone markers on Gantt charts by type and color. So now you can easily differentiate between the milestones of non-identical nature within the same project by depicting them in different ways. Look at a Gantt chart example with custom markers in our gallery.
Custom Basic Year
Previously, our Gantt charts only supported the calendar year as the basic year period. Now, it is possible to define a custom one. For example, you can go ahead and set a fiscal (financial) year, or an academic year, or any other year depending on what point of reference you actually need in this regard; quarters will be formed accordingly. Here’s a fiscal year demo.
Polygonal Selection in Maps
We’ve made it possible to select points on JS map charts powered by the AnyMap library by drawing a polygon. In addition to the rectangular marquee, such a complex, polygonal selection can now be easily configured using our API and is also available to the end user from the context menu. Give it a try on a dedicated selection type demo in our gallery.
In fact, release 8.7.0 has delivered even more improvements as well as bug fixes.
Check out the version histories of our products for more information:
Enjoy AnyChart JS Charts 8.7.0!
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All 3 Extensions for Qlik Sense Updated with New Charting Features in Version 3.4 June 19th, 2019 by AnyChart Team
Hey Qlik users, we are happy to announce the release of version 3.4 for all our three extensions for Qlik Sense! We updated them with new awesome data visualization features and functionality such as technical indicators and more.
At last month’s Qlik Qonnections 2019 conference in Dallas where we exhibited as a new Qlik Technology Partner, we received amazing feedback from the Qlik community. We took that information and have already begun building out some of those requests for our next release of version 3.5 for our extensions for Qlik Sense, so please keep the feedback coming and we’ll keep building.
In the meantime here’s what we added.
- Categories: AnyChart charting component, AnyGantt, AnyMap, AnyStock, Business Intelligence, Gantt Chart, Qlik, Stock charts
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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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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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Join us in reviewing the core innovations delivered in the 8th, module-based generation of AnyChart, including the brand new features now available in our JS charting libraries AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt, and AnyMap, as well as what else is in our nearest plans.
AnyChart JS Charts 8.0.0: Modules, Custom Builds, and Much More
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AnyChart is now open!
|Basically, it means we fully opened the following:
– Issue tracker – so you can help us further improve our products, if you can/want.
– Build scripts – to let you compile custom binaries with the chart types you need.
– List of branches – to demonstrate our development cycle and prove you can trust us.
|Social Network Sharing
The Pareto chart, named after prominent economist and sociologist Vilfredo Pareto, is currently one of the most popular chart types in the field of management. And we simply could not make you get along without it anymore. So, let’s all welcome the Pareto chart type! Starting from the 7.13.0 version, AnyChart offers it out of the box. Now you can easily create a Pareto chart by using the anychart.pareto() constructor.
|Step, Stick, Jump Line Charts
Please also meet these major new arrivals to the list of chart types supported in AnyChart and AnyStock. We introduced Backward and Forward modifications of the Step chart as well as the Jump Line and Stick. The Step Line Forward and Step Line Backward charts are now available with the help of the stepDirection() method. To add a Jump Line chart or create a Stick chart, use the jumpLine() and stick() methods.
|Custom Series Drawing
Imagination is freedom. You definitely need to easily visualize your data exactly the way you see it. And we keep on doing our best to deliver you the ultimate customization features. Now we added the new rendering() method to AnyChart and AnyStock so you could put any creative idea into action and build any custom chart. Custom drawing examples: Frog Chart, Cherry Chart, and Column Chart with Rounded Edges.
We added new options to work with the legend in AnyChart, AnyMap and AnyStock. First, the itemsLayout() now lets you improve the legend’s visual appearance, especially when multiple series are displayed. Second, the legend can now be placed inside a data plot (the positionMode() method) to facilitate a more efficient use of space on a chart. Third, the drag() method allows you to easily position the legend on your JS chart.
|New Technical Indicators
To expand the range of stock JS (HTML5) charting opportunities available in AnyStock, we added more of technical indicators: Adaptive Moving Average (AMA); Modified Moving Average (MMA); Average True Range (ATR); KDJ; Bollinger Bands (BBands); Bollinger Bands %B (BBands %B); Bollinger Bands Width (BBands Width); Stochastic Oscillator (Fast / Slow / Full). Learn more of all the technical indicators in our Docs.
|Individual Point Settings
|Resource Chart Interactivity
With the previous, 7.12.0 release of AnyGantt, we introduced the redesigned Resource chart. In the new, 7.13.0 version of this HTML5 / JS library, we are glad to present you several major new features added this time. First of all, now you can enable and adjust the Hover and Select interactivity settings in our new Resource charts.
|Resource Chart Events
First of all, now you can enable and adjust the Hover and Select interactivity settings in our new Resource charts.
|Resource Chart Tooltips
Third, we have also added Tooltips to the new Resource chart with the current 7.13.0 release of AnyGantt. They will help you display additional information about each activity you are visualizing, in a convenient, greatly interactive way.
|Connector Customization in Gantt Charts
Of course, we could not leave our Gantt charts without proper attention with regard to new features. This time we made tuning the visual appearance of the Live Editing mode in HTML5 Gantt charts more flexible by adding the new Connector Customization features. You are welcome to take a look at them in action in AnyGantt’s Gallery.
By the way, we have already scheduled the next major update on May 2017. Please see the roadmaps of AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyMap and AnyGantt in case you would like to find out what you will get with that release. All in all, 2017 is going to be no less fruitful in terms of new features in AnyChart JS Charts than the rich year of 2016!
Please contact our Support Team at any time when you have any questions or requests for new features. We’ll be glad to be of help, as always!
AnyChart’s version history: https://www.anychart.com/products/anychart/history/.
AnyStock’s version history: https://www.anychart.com/products/anystock/history/.
AnyMap’s version history: https://www.anychart.com/products/anymap/history/.
AnyGantt’s version history: https://www.anychart.com/products/anygantt/history/.
Purchase a license (renovated Buy page): https://www.anychart.com/buy/.
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Introducing Chartopedia to Help You Choose the Right Chart Types for Your Data Visualization January 18th, 2017 by AnyChart Team
Choosing the right chart types for data analysis and reporting solutions is always a challenge. In fact, there are so many data visualization options out there that it can be really complicated to determine which one to use in a certain situation. And you cannot afford to make a mistake here, because applying data to an inappropriate type of chart will very likely end up causing confusion and even wrong business decisions.
To help you cope with this issue better (and faster), we have developed an information resource named Chartopedia, and it is a pleasure for us to introduce it to you today.
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AnyChart JS Charts 2016 Year in Review: Look How Much Was Done! December 26th, 2016 by AnyChart Team
Looking back, we are proud of how MUCH was done in 2016! And now, we invite you to join us in quickly reviewing this year’s accomplishments that further strengthened AnyChart’s global leadership in interactive data visualization.
Without more ado, here is the list of new product and feature arrivals as well as major improvements to our JS charts solutions – a great chance to make sure you did not miss any important innovation.
1. More Types of JS Charts.
JS graphs and diagrams
- Treemap charts
- Linear gauges – LED, tank, and thermometer
- 3D area charts
- 3D bar charts
- 3D column charts
Stock and financial JS charts
- Candlestick charts
- Spline charts
- Step line charts
- Area charts
- Step area charts
- Spline area charts
- Marker charts
- Range column charts
- Range area charts
- Range spline area charts
JS Gantt charts
- PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) charts
- Resource charts (redesigned; beta)
- Dot (point) maps
- Flow (connector) maps
- Seat maps
2. More Features in JS Charts.
All JS charts
- Full accessibility (Section 508)
- Localization engine with 196 culture-specific locale settings files. Demos: AnyChart, AnyStock, AnyGantt, AnyMap
JS graphs and diagrams
- Chart themes/palettes (demo)
- Exclude/include data points
- Context menu
- Save data as XSLX and CSV
- Save chart configuration as XML and JSON
- String tokens
- Chart statistics
- Standalone chart elements
- Tooltip settings improvement
Stock and financial JS charts
- Drawing tools and annotations (demo)
- Technical indicators – MACD, RSI, SMA, EMA, ROC, Aroon, and custom
- Data grouping
- Markers on data points
- Range selection UI
- Legend interactivity
- Y-scale comparison mode (changes and percentage changes)
JS Gantt charts
- Calendar support
- Smart timeline
- Event markers for time intervals and important events
- Timeline markers for multiple milestones
- Drill down
- Longitude/latitude API
- Move/zoom API
- Rich integration of keyboard and mouse controls
- 13 map projections
3. Easier JS charting.
- Chart editor (demo)
- Web Audience dashboard
- Human Resources dashboard
- Investment Portfolio dashboard
- Sales dashboard
- CIO dashboard
- Site Speed Overview dashboard
- States of the US dashboard
- Migration tool – a small library for easier transit from AnyChart 5/6 to 7
- 20+ technical integration templates and samples for easy JS/HTML5 data visualization with any popular technology stack:
- ASP.NET – C# / C#, SignalR / VB.NET – MySQL integration template
- Clojure – ClojureScript – PostgreSQL integration template
- Go – (Revel) – MySQL integration template
- iOS – Objective-C – SQLite integration template
- Java Servlets – Maven, JDBC, JSP – MySQL integration template
- Java Spring – Maven, Hibernate – MySQL integration template
- Julia – MySQL integration template
- NodeJS – (Express, Jade) / Socket.IO – MongoDB integration template
- Perl – Catalyst – MySQL integration template
- PHP – (Laravel / Slim / Symfony) – MySQL integration template
- Python – Flask / Django – MySQL integration template
- R – Shiny – MySQL integration template
- Ruby on Rails – (Sinatra) – MySQL integration template
- Scala – Akka / Play – MySQL integration template
- Electron integration template
4. Faster JS Charts.
- Performance improvement (speed test):
- Less than 1s to render 250,000 data points
- Less than 60ms to stream 500 points
- Async rendering (docs)
5. New Products.
- AnyChart 7.x Plugins for Oracle APEX
To sum up, 2016 was immensely intensive. But 2017 will be no less productive from the very beginning – we promise.
We wish you a peaceful, prosperous, and happy new year!
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