JavaScript Charting and Dataviz Links

By | Published: August 29th, 2014

We’ve logged another action-packed week here at ZingChart. This week we continued adding features to the library, making demos, and providing support. Somehow between all those activities, we found the time to see some links about JavaScript charting and dataviz, dashboards, and more. Take a look!

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Color in Charts

By | Published: August 25th, 2014

Color in charts: used effectively, color can bring a chart to life. But without planning, color can create confusion within a data visualization. In your dataviz projects, you might be limited to a certain color palette due to branding guidelines. However, dataviz experts have some recommendations on how to use color to ensure the usability of your charts and graphs.

Do color guidelines change when the chart becomes interactive? We have some tips for “palette-able interactions,” as well. Read More

Interactive Zoom Chart Feature

By | Published: August 18th, 2014

chart printed on paper

Web charts offer a distinct advantage over their printed-on-paper counterparts: interactivity. When you’re plotting large quantities of data, an interactive zooming chart feature, as well as a preview feature, will help make your charts more relevant for your users. There are a variety of ways zooming can be implemented in ZingChart. Choosing your zooming and preview options will depend, in part, on how much data you have and where it is stored.

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