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New Charts and Maps to Check Out — DataViz Weekly August 23rd, 2019 by AnyChart Team

New Charts and Maps to Check Out — DataViz WeeklyContinuing our DataViz Weekly series, we’ve put together a fresh selection of cool new charts and maps that are worth looking at and exploring. The visualizations we feature this time provide interesting insight into the following topics:

  • Economic recessions worldwide in 1960-2019 — Business Insider
  • Football divide in Berlin — Berliner Morgenpost
  • Earthquake scenarios for California landmarks — Los Angeles Times
  • Decline in the global vegetation growth — Science Advances

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Visual Data Projects About National Parks, Drug Crime, Political Identity, and Top Websites — DataViz Weekly August 16th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visual Data Projects About National Parks, Drug Crime, Political Identity, and Top Websites - DataViz WeeklyCheck out some of the new exciting visual data projects that we’ve recently found around the web. Here’s a quick list of what’s featured today on DataViz Weekly:

  • Discovering the best time to visit a national park in the United States
  • Revealing drug crime trends in England and Wales
  • Analyzing demographics to predict a preferred political party
  • Ranking the top 100 websites

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AnyChart CEO Anton Baranchuk Named One of Most Promising CEOs of 2019 August 13th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

AnyChart CEO Anton Baranchuk Named One of Most Promising CEOs of 2019Insights Success magazine has named Anton Baranchuk, CEO and Co-founder of AnyChart, one of The Most Promising CEOs of 2019. Celebrating this exciting recognition, we are pleased to share with you a special article about him and our company. Published in the latest issue of Insights Success, the story is based on Anton’s recent interview with the magazine. Take a read.

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Top Data Visualizations on Travel, Burgers, Shootings, and Light — DataViz Weekly August 9th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Top Data Visualizations on Travel, Burgers, Shootings, and Light — DataViz WeeklyGreet a new post in the DataViz Weekly series, presenting new awesome, top data visualizations from various authors. Here’s what projects we’ve chosen to feature this time:

  • Routitude, a smart map tool for travelers
  • Fast-food burger restaurant rankings
  • Mass shootings in the United States since Sandy Hook
  • Using light from the center of the galaxy as a measure

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JavaScript Graph Visualization Libraries Updated — Check Out AnyChart 8.7.0 with New Awesome Features! August 8th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

JavaScript Graph Visualization Libraries Updated - Check Out AnyChart 8.7.0 with New Awesome JS Charting Features!AnyChart 8.7.0 is out with a lot of new awesome data visualization features. Look what we’ve added to our JavaScript graph libraries in this major update.

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Visual Statistics About Fast & Furious, Internet Users, Afghanistan, and Satellites — DataViz Weekly August 2nd, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visual Statistics About Fast & Furious, Internet Users, Afghanistan, and Satellites — DataViz WeeklyEnjoy our new selection of cool visual statistics projects that have been recently created around the web. These are worth seeing and we are glad to feature them on DataViz Weekly:

  • All eight Fast & Furious movies in data
  • Worldwide internet users statistics by region
  • Economic and other indicators across 401 districts of Afghanistan
  • Satellites imaging our Earth every day

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Creating Treemap Chart Using JavaScript August 1st, 2019 by Douglas "Bugggster" Baxter

Creating Treemap Chart Using JavaScript, a tutorial for web developers and data enthusiastsTreemap is a popular chart type for hierarchical data visualization. I’ll show you how to create a cool interactive treemap chart using JavaScript in four simple steps right now. Join me on this quick tutorial for front-end web developers and data viz enthusiasts to understand the core principles of the process. Basically, I am sure everyone at least a little familiar with coding in HTML5 will love the presented, easy way to make beautiful JavaScript treemap charts that are perfectly suitable to be embedded into any web page or app.

In honor of World Wide Web Day celebrated today, August 1, I will develop a JS treemap visualizing data about the number of worldwide internet users as of January 2019, by region, available on Statista.

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Awesome Data Visualizations on NBA, NFL, Syllabi, and Demographics — DataViz Weekly July 26th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Awesome Data Visualizations on NBA, NFL, Syllabi, and Demographics — DataViz WeeklyIt’s Friday, and we have a pleasure to show you another four new awesome data visualizations we’ve been delighted to check out these days. Look what’s presented on DataViz Weekly this time:

  • NBA players’ shot improvement
  • Population trends in Europe
  • The most-assigned texts from college syllabi worldwide
  • The most popular NFL teams and players in every county of the United States

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Visual Analytics Examples for City Climate, Pain Pills, Water Fountains, and Space Travels — DataViz Weekly July 19th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visual Analytics Examples for City Climate, Pain Pills, Water Fountains, and Space Travels — DataViz WeeklyEnjoy another selection of new cool data visualization projects as great examples of visual analytics in action. Here’s what questions the charts featured today on DataViz Weekly show answers to:

  • What city’s current climate will your city’s climate resemble in 2050? — Crowther Lab
  • How legal pain pills were distributed across the United States in 2006-2012? — The Washington Post
  • Where is the nearest water fountain? — Matthew Moy de Vitry
  • How space travel has developed since Sputnik in 1957? — Reuters

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Excellent Visualizations on Subway, Moons, Energy, and Sea Ice — DataViz Weekly July 12th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Excellent Visualizations on Subway, Moons, Energy, and Sea Ice — DataViz WeeklyMany excellent visualizations have appeared this week around the web. Now it’s time to choose four and briefly introduce them to you — that’s what we’ve been doing for years within the framework of the special DataViz Weekly feature on our blog.

Alright. We invite you to take a look at the following new cool projects as another set of great data visualization examples, for your inspiration and fun:

  • Variability in the New York subway commutes — The Upshot
  • Moons in our solar system — National Geographic
  • Energy consumption worldwide since 1980 — Bloomberg
  • Sea ice extents since 1979 — ArcGIS Blog

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