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Powerful and Pure HTML5 / JavaScript Charts
Powerful and Pure HTML5 / JavaScript Charts

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https://www.koolchart.com/demo/showcase/2018-best-countries

According to the latest U.S. News & World Report ranking, these countries are the top best 5 countries in an assessment of all that shapes a country, from quality of life to economic potential.

#javascript #charts #HTML5 #Canvas #Gauge
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https://www.koolchart.com/demo/showcase/2017_SDG_index_dashboard

2017 SDG Index Dashboard

The SDG index assesses the performance of countries towards achieving the 17 ambitious sustainable development goals. Here is #the_2017_SDG_index_dashboard created using #KoolChart's #gauge, #windrose and #column #charts.
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https://www.koolchart.com/demo/showcase/donut_charts_showing_what_the_world_eats

How are the calorie consumption patterns of each country different? You can view the calorie consumption pattern for each country from the #Donut #Chart which is #dynamically changed according to the selected country in the #ComboBox.

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The world population was estimated to have reached 7.6 billion as of October 2017. What if the world was 100 people? These #half #pie #charts and a #column #chart show us what it would be like if there were only 100 people.

https://www.koolchart.com/demo/showcase/the_charts_showing_if_the_world_were_100_people
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[KoolGrid for HTML5 v4.0 Release]
In this release, a lot of improvements have been made to the overall #grid appearance, and features for user-friendliness, #pivoting and #editing are greatly enhanced.

https://www.koolchart.com/demo/koolgrid/
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https://www.koolchart.com/demo/showcase/global_infant_mortality_rate

The infant mortality rate (the number of deaths of infants under one year old per 1,000 live births) is often used as an indicator of the level of health in a country.

This chart shows the changes in Turkey's infant mortality rate and world average infant mortality rate over the past 55 years from 1960 to the present, along with a chart showing the comparison with major country groups using the event function.
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The Global Gender Gap Report was first published in 2006 by the World Economic Forum, which examines four overall areas of inequality between men and women in 130 economies around the globe, over 93% of the world’s population:

Economy - outcomes on salaries, participation levels and access to high-skilled employment
Education - outcomes on access to basic and higher level education
Politics - outcomes on representation in decision-making structures
Health - outcomes on life expectancy and sex ratio
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How's going on your New Year's resolutions? More than 40% of New Year’s resolutions are broken before February, according to a research. Then what are the secrets of people who keep their New Year’s resolutions? Here are the tips:
1. Make it something you really want
2. Limit your list to a number you can handle
3. Be specific
4. Make a plan
5. Be prepared to change some habits
6. Write down the goal and visualize it regularlyv

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According to Bank of International Settlements, and national sources, Hungary, Sweden and New Zealand have the world’s most frenetic property markets in 2016.

Real house prices increased over the past year in most countries
(2016:Q2 or latest, annual percentage change)
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White people may compose a declining share of the U.S. population, but they still make up by far the largest group, and they were key to Mr. Trump’s victory.

Ms. Clinton dominated with black voters, tallying 88 per cent to Mr. Trump’s eight. But it was still a decline compared with the 2008 and 2012 elections, when African-Americans supported Mr. Obama at 95 per cent and 93 per cent respectively.

Given Mr. Trump’s aggressive stand on immigration, the expectation was he would be punished at the polls. But Ms. Clinton’s 65 per cent share of the Latino vote was lower than Mr. Obama’s 71 per cent in 2012.

- Exit polls conducted by Edison Research
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