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AnyChart JS Charts: Robust JavaScript charting library for any project
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New DataViz Weekly is out — сheck out another four new interesting projects with captivating visualizations that we’ve come across just about now:
• food ingredients by cuisine;
• social connectedness across the United States;
• 10 years since the 2008 global financial crisis;
• U.S. federal government spending from 1962 to 2023.

#datavisualization #charts #infographics
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We've just published a new 'Challenge +AnyChart!' article — a tutorial on how to visualize the current price indicator with a custom value and make sure it's visible all the time when scrolling and zooming.

If you have a complicated dataviz task, let us know about it so we can show you how to solve it with the help of AnyChart, leveraging huge flexibility of our JavaScript (HTML5) charting libraries.

#javascript #dataviz #webdev
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Enjoy six awesome automatic coloring dataviz samples in our gallery of interactive JS/HTML5 charts. Source code is available as always.

Right here: https://www.anychart.com/products/anychart/gallery/Automatic_Coloring/

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In case of any questions about data visualization using +AnyChart JavaScript (HTML5) charting libraries, just get in touch with our Support Team.

You'll be amazed at how fast and accurate our help is.

#javascript #webdev #datavisualization
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Yay, it’s #DataViz Weekly time again! Here’s what new visualizations we've picked to feature now:
• Swedish election results;
• U.S. cropland's shift away from diversity;
• hurricanes & climate change;
• world cities’ lights as terrain.

#election #sweden #hurricanes #climatechange #citylights #croplands
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Visualizing U.S. gas prices in 2017-2018 on an interactive JavaScript (HTML5) stock chart powered by the AnyStock library, using a spline series, text and line markers, and automatic negative/positive coloring.

Check it out in our gallery.

#gas #dataviz #webdev
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While a new 'Challenge +AnyChart!' tutorial is about to be published, see our previous posts within the framework of that feature and let us know if you have a complicated data visualization task so we can show you how to solve it using our flexible JavaScript charting libraries:
https://www.anychart.com/blog/category/challenge-anychart/

#datavisualization #javascript #html5
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Check out the new issue of #DataVisualization Weekly on our blog and you'll learn about four interesting data graphics-based stories and projects on the following topics:
1⃣ how much hotter your hometown is than when you were born;
2⃣ global debt;
3⃣ commute times in U.S. cities;
4⃣ China as an aspiring superpower.

#climatechange #debt #commuting #china
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Positive/negative coloring applied to the MACD histogram — check out another new cool #JavaScript #chart sample in the AnyStock gallery.
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Support of fully functional HTML tooltips is definitely one of the most awesome new features delivered in version 8.3.0 of +AnyChart. So yes, now you can easily apply any HTML settings to adjust background color, pick a specific font style or size, and so on. Tooltips are rendered as separate HTML elements added to DOM.

In this chart sample, we demonstrate an interactive JS (HTML5) map with HTML tooltips, showing the top 30 places to visit in Italy. Check it out.

#datavisualization #webdevelopment #javascript
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