Looking to purchase some awesome linguistics-related posters. I've searched for hours on the internet and I can't seem to find any family tree posters, IPA posters, or even anything remotely related to linguistics that is interesting and somewhat academic. [more inside]
Is there an American College Radio singles chart? [more inside]
How to make clever visualizations from Excel or CSV data? Any free, flexible information-graphic scripting software out there? [more inside]
I want to propose to my manager a system/software/configuration to dynamically graph data but I don't know what the technical terms are or what software can do this kind of thing. I need your advice. [more inside]
Looking for a compact Chinese character frequency chart with English pronunciation key for Cantonese.
Looking for a compact Chinese character frequency chart with English pronunciation key for Cantonese. [more inside]
Looking for a easy to follow chart for pairing of pasta sauces and types/shapes of pasta (preferably a visual guide). [more inside]
What's the best way to produce a graph like this in Excel? (Or should I be using a different graphing package?)
I have a large vintage (1920s era) anatomical chart hanging in my bedroom. The edges have been gradually curling under. Anybody have ideas how to flatten it without doing any damage?
How can I make the X units of an excel chart weeks instead of days? [more inside]
Where can I find a freeware or shareware download for Mac OS X that will allow me to plug in numerical data (e.g., public library funding in a given year) for each U.S. State and get a map of the USA that displays color-coded states? Like the infamous red / blue states map, which also has county breakdowns. [more inside]
How can I create a chart in Excel 2007 showing the number of times a certain value occurs in a column? [more inside]
I am tasked with preparing a multi-category, filterable timeline as a work project. I think Access is probably the best way to do this, but I need some help with the mechanics, or suggestions on where to find a template. [more inside]
Help me recreate these charts in Excel [more inside]
I'm using Microsoft Excel 2003 at work and I need to make a chart where the category (x) axis is the y axis; is there any way of doing this? [more inside]
How do I add x and y axis labels to a chart in Excel 2008 for Macs? [more inside]
What is the best application (hopefully easy to learn) that will let me build an easy to create timeline of religions, myths, and cults, with the option to click on (or hover the mouse over) different highlighted words to show up more information? Or does anyone know where said timeline exists? [more inside]
If I have the data "A is friends with B, B is dating C, C is cousin of A, D is old schoolmate of B" etc, how can I easily make a chart of everyone's connections to each other? This should preferably be software, as trying to map it out manually is way too timeconsuming and difficult.
For an assignment in college, I need to cough up a sales promotion strategy for a bogus product, complete with a media and planning chart to outline timing and integration. Since the prof has not supplied any chart templates for the class, and I don't have all day to wait for her email reply, where on the internets might I find said chart to coordinate all these activities in a sane manner? [more inside]
Excel 2007 charting: Can you tell me how to use the name of a point as the data marker or the data label in an X-Y scatter plot? [more inside]
Are there any free online tools for generating radar (aka radial, spider, star) graphs/charts? [more inside]
I need to spec out a huge, complex application in UML. I'm looking for good tools/techniques to do this in a fluid situation, where there are a ton of classes and new ones will be added all the time. [more inside]
Are there any programs that allow one to draw graphs (plots/charts) using a visual interface? [more inside]
Can you help me find a great educational wall chart to put on our living room wall? [more inside]
What's a cool way of doing a business flowchart? You know, one that traces the flow of transactions through the various departments of the business? Preferably something that is not too complicated nor requiring a great eye for design.
Is there any easy way in, say, Visio or another MS Office product, to make an attractive chart in a compact tree view format? I am trying to make an Organization Chart that looks more similar to a Windows Explorer folder directory than a traditional Org Chart. [more inside]
Help me work out how to represent data in an innovative way. [more inside]
What is a good algorithm for generating smooth curves from discrete points? [more inside]
Excel question on charting time - how to make it appear relative, not absolute? [more inside]
What shareware/web app can I use to make clean, pretty graphs? [more inside]
ExcelFilter: I need help creating a pie chart as a separate worksheet in Excel that counts how often values appear in a column and creates a pie graph based on that data. I'm stumped, I'm not using the right Google terms, and my company's help desk couldn't guide me through the process, either. (That sounds awkward, so I describe it more comprehensibly inside.) [more inside]
Let's say I want to make a chart that's like an excel bubble chart, but I don't want the size of the bubble to vary depending on a third variable. Instead, I want the width of each bubble to vary by some amount, and the height of each bubble to vary by a different amount. [more inside]
Recommendations for Chart/Graph-creation software for ASP.NET? [more inside]
Are there any good tools out there for analyzing binary sensor data? I would like to create something like a timeline of data. [more inside]
How can I better present my information than a bar graph with both very tall and very small bars? [more inside]
Help me with creating two bar charts from two columns in one pivot table, please? [more inside]
Free Windows chart-making software that works with simple tab-separated data files and beats Excel's charts for options, esthetics, and readability?
EducationalWallChart Filter. I'm looking for printable web page(s) (or, alternatively, a retail product) that show a timeline of astronomical-anthopological events like: when Big Bang occurred; when our galaxy and solar system formed; when life began; when major life forms began and ended (e.g. dinosaurs); when primates appeared; when various proto-humans appeared; when homo sapiens appeared. Must be in TimeLine form. Not something vague and basic -- needs to have lots of detail.
I am looking for a quick and easy to use Gant Chart software... [more inside]
I have a bunch of tasks I can rank by imminence, completeness, and rate of activity. Is there an interesting or useful way to visualize them rather than three sorted lists? [more inside]
I'm looking to compile some bombastic, melodic, aggressive, singular, inventive, mainstream and anthemic rap/hip hop! [more inside]
Page: 1 2