TheVisualizED is to change the perspective of using (initially for) Twitter. It's an application that plots Twitter Tweets on the #Hashtag and @User Handle search.
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TheVisualizED targets Twitter and with customize-able search for hashtags and user handles one can follow the Trend over Twitter, Visually!
Cash flow forecasting can be difficult, but Kasplan aims to take away most of the burden by changing meaningless numbers into insightful charts. The forecast of the cash flow is highly adjustable by changing several settings and the charts will adjust appropriately.
Kasplan uses multiple (interactive) charts to give clear and concise insights in the lapse of cash flow. The charts are used in a three-stage-rocket; first will the algorithm of Kasplan calculate the forecast of the cash flow and show where the points of concern lie. Second will the optimization algorithm show what the optimal cash flow is and thus what is possible with some small changes. Third it is possible to use the scenario module to test certain mutations of the input variables. The charts of Highcharts adopt to each user case and has made front end development much easier.
This is an app for the Android platform that takes weather data, from any one of a number of different sources including the excellent Norwegian Meteorological Office, and plots it using Highcharts.
As well as weather data, you can also display tidal data, wave data, sun/moon elevation data, and much more besides. The meteogram chart can be displayed as a "widget" directly on the device's home screen, updating on a regular schedule, or via an "app" which provides an interactive (clickable) interface.
Two different mechanisms are used: (a) server-generated charts; and (b) device-generated charts. Both mechanisms can be used to generate content for a "widget", while the latter mechanism is used for the "app" content.
Data.afd.fr is a dataviz portal giving life to economic, social and societal data about countries around the world, developing countries in particular. It draws on open data from the World Bank, the IMF, UNICEF, FAO, USAID to help understanding better the challenges faced around the globe. It relies on JSON data and was constructed using Python Script. It shows case application and tools which take benefit of several API to provide information always up-to-date.
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CSIS is a bipartisan, nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Center’s 220 full-time staff and large network of affiliated scholars conduct research to analyze and develop policy initiatives that work to address changing dynamics of international security across the globe.
Fitbit dashboard allows users to see data such as the number of steps walked, heart rate, quality of sleep, steps climbed, and other personal metrics involved in fitness.
The responsiveness and the quality of design of Highcharts’ made Fitibit dashboards user-friendly and the perfect choice to display all their metrics with fitness.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment.
Agence Française de Développement (AFD) is a financial institution and the main implementing agency for France’s official development assistance to developing countries and overseas territories.
The example is a user-friendly dashboard where the map is the central piece; a click on any country on the map will redirect the user to another web page with more details about the country’s macroeconomic indicators and economic structures.
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ESPN is a renowned U.S sports based global cable and satellite television channel.
This is another excellent and useful example of data visualization within the sports world. ESPN’s goal was to display a very large amount of statistics from a variety of sports, and display this information in a number of highly attractive charts that they created.
This example shows a basketball teams percentile per play for each Warrior’s team member such as their transition, handoff, and isolation etc. This chart not only informs fans of the players performance, but also helps media coverage analysis, and gives great insight for the coaching staff.
The Hungarian Central Statistical Office is responsible for collecting, processing and publishing statistics about Hungary, its economy, and its inhabitants.
The example, choropleth map, provides a quarterly overview of Budapest, as well as the development of the socio-economic situations within the 19 counties. A choropleth map is a perfect choice to illustrate the continuous statistical surface.
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The Transitions Clinic Network (TCN) is a national network of medical homes for individuals who have been recently released from prison and are suffering from chronic diseases.
The map allows users to display the location of any health center by just clicking on the available states; the location is shown at the bottom of the map.
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