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Visualizing Statistics About Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Footprints, Movie Franchises, and Coal Production — DataViz Weekly February 22nd, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Statistics About Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Footprints, Movie Franchises, and Coal Production — DataViz WeeklyDon’t miss out on a new serving of interesting online projects visualizing statistics as we continue the DataViz Weekly series on the AnyChart blog! This time, we are glad to feature data graphics on the following subjects:

  • scenarios of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction for the United States;
  • carbon footprints of consumer products;
  • box office revenue of movie franchises;
  • rise and fall of coal production in the United Kingdom.

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Analyzing Trump Speech, Green Infrastructure in London, GE’s Rise and Downfall, NYC Traffic Collisions — DataViz Weekly February 15th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Data graphics projects for analyzing Trump speech, green infrastructure in London, rise and fall of General Electric, and NYC traffic collisions, in DataViz WeeklyThe new cool interesting data visualization projects we praise today on DataViz Weekly are helpful in analyzing Trump speech regarding the U.S.-Mexico wall, green infrastructure in London, rise and downfall of General Electrics, and traffic collisions in New York City. Take a quick look.

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Data Analytics and Visualization Examples Worth Seeing: High Street, Neighborhoods, Trains, Climate — DataViz Weekly February 8th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

DataViz Weekly presents new data analytics and visualization examples from around the web, on high street, neighborhoods, trains, and climateCheck out new interesting data analytics and visualization examples from around the web. Here are the topics in the focus of today’s DataViz Weekly:

  • high-street crisis in town centers across England and Wales;
  • interactive maps of changes in Greater Boston’s neighborhoods;
  • connectivity between train stations in the Netherlands;
  • economic costs of climate change vs election results in the United States.

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Interesting Visualizations on Russia’s Borders, Paths to Congress, Child Time, News Lifespan — DataViz Weekly February 1st, 2019 by AnyChart Team

DataViz Weekly presents new interesting visualizations on the topics of Russia's borders, paths to the U.S. Congress, first child time, and lifespan of newsDataViz Weekly is here to meet you with some of the interesting visualizations we’ve come across these days. The new selection includes data-based projects worth seeing, with charts and infographics on the following topics:

  • Russian borders from 1462 through 2018;
  • career paths to the U.S. Congress;
  • time to have the first child;
  • lifespan of news stories.

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Tesla Sales, Brexit Vote, Birth Costs, Health Disparities — DataViz Weekly January 25th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

New interesting data visualizations about Tesla sales, Brexit vote, birth costs, health disparities, on DataViz WeeklyIn the new DataViz Weekly post, we highlight interesting interactive data visualizations that have come to our attention this week. Take a look at charts showing details about Tesla sales, Brexit vote in the British Parliament, birth charges in American hospitals, and environmental health disparities in the Washington state.

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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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Trump Tweets, Big Mac Index, California Wildfires, Mid-Range Shots in NBA — DataViz Weekly January 18th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Trump Tweets, Big Mac Index, California Wildfires, Mid-Range Shots in NBA, in DataViz Weekly on AnyChart JS Charts BlogTake a look at some of the cool data visualization examples that appeared on the web just recently! The new article in the DataViz Weekly series features interesting, inspiring projects about words in Trump tweets, destiny of mid-range shots in NBA games, relative value of the world currencies according to the latest Big Mac Index data, and 100+ years of wildfires in California. Also, don’t miss out on an exciting news in the concluding part.

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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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Cool Data Stories and Reports with Visualizations — DataViz Weekly January 11th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Cool Data Stories and Reports with Visualizations — DataViz WeeklyCheck out some more interesting visualizations in cool data stories and reports from the last year. We’ve never put them on DataViz Weekly, but now is still a good time to do that. Today, we are glad to feature nice projects about happiness and prosperity around the world, as well as about stock market volatility and mapping tree canopy.

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Year in Review in Graphics from Top U.S. Publications — DataViz Weekly January 4th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Year in Review in Graphics from Top U.S. Publications, in DataViz WeeklyHappy New Year, everyone! 2019 is already here. But while we still feel the proximity of the last year, let’s take another look back. 2018 brought us numerous interesting visual stories based on data and graphics. For this year’s first DataViz Weekly, we’ve put together year-in-review projects of the graphics teams at four leading media publications in the U.S. (we are a U.S. based company, right): The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The L.A. Times, and The Washington Post. Check out some of the key facts, trends, and findings of 2018 in their top picks.

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