Has someone made a list of all the types of charts/graphs/visualization types say from the books by Bretin / Tufte / Tukey etc? Wikipedia has something similar here: Diagrams or Charts. The idea is a simple list of graph names/techniques that one can quickly scan through while planning an infoviz. Anyone?
Looking for some good information on digital dashboards. [more inside]
How might I go about getting ahold of the org charts of other companies? [more inside]
I'd like to create a project timeline guide that does not have dates. It is a general guide which indicates at what point in the process a certain action takes place. The timeline would actually be more comprised of several different time lines that overlap. Timelines a, b, and c (etc) wouldn't correspond to individuals but rather larger tasks that are occuring concurrently. I also would need to easily be able to export/print this timeline. My question is: is there a free program that I can use to create this? I have access to photoshop and illustrator but I'd rather not use those. I'm using a Mac running 10.5
I need to design some really cool (elegant but very simple and clean) charts and/or graphs for a small brochure... any good resources you can point me to for inspiration? (Preferably websites, not books. I'm working on this tonight.) [more inside]
Any ideas on starting or running a website just for data and charts? [more inside]
Can you help me find a chart I once saw online that ranked countries by how many other countries its citizens could enter without a visa. I believe Finland and the U.S. came out on the top--most Middle Eastern countries near the bottom. Can anyone help me find this again? I'm pretty sure it was from a research institution or think tank.
How do I format an entire data series for a chart in Illustrator CS3? [more inside]
How can I pimp my PowerPoint? [more inside]
Is there a special name for a this type of chart, in this case it is one showing the nuclear fuel recycling capability of a CANDU reactor? Or do I just call it a flowchart, that happens to have a very visually appealing way of showing a complex cycle?
Powerpoint Filter: How can I set the default font size for a chart axis in powerpoint 2007? [more inside]
Excel help: How do I make a chart which displays my values as bars extending above and below a particular line. [more inside]
A few years ago I saw a graph/map/info chart that displayed Napoleon's 1812 March to Russia. What was interesting about the graphic was how it displayed multiple facets of informations all at once. [more inside]
Isometric Charts in Visio: Though I work on a Mac, I need to produce IA documents and Wireframes that clients can open and dink with in Visio. I'd like to produce an isometric network diagram similar to that seen here, perhaps using the templates and shapes available here, but I can't seem to make it all work. Advice?
Can you help me find funny graphs/charts to show in my university level statistics class? They don't have to be technically correct, I just want something to put onscreen while the students are coming into class. Stuff like this is ok, but SFW is preferable.
Elegant and simple way to create nice-looking graphs/charts from raw data? [more inside]
How can I make OpenOffice charts with a non-standard origin. [more inside]
Finance: Where can I find streaming charts showing market indexes, plus currencies and NYMEX commodities/futures? Delayed data is ok; I'd just like good charts that update and which show the commodities/metals too. A lot of the charts I found don't update or don't have NYMEX.
This may be an easy one (at least I hope so - and no, it hasn't been easy for me). Is there a site, or more than one site, that is somewhat devoted to compatibilities in hardware? I'm looking at notebook cdrw/dvd-rom (slim) drives and it would be nice to know which models will - ostensibly, anyway - work with which laptops. Help if you can. Thanks.
Thoughts on apps for making web charts (FusionCharts, Swiff/GlobFX, Dundas, Aspose, PopCharts, etc.)? [more inside]
Help me create awesome 3D graphs/charts in OS X. [more inside]
I need help charting information in a way that's intuitive. [more inside]
I would like to make a chart like this to track my daily computer usage. Any ideas on how I could do this? Any free software you can recommend? Any way of doing it with Excel? [more inside]
How can I find updated cd/download sale reports online? [more inside]
In Excel 2002 when I create a PivotChart and apply a custom or user-defined chart type (in this instance a 2-axis line chart), the chart type reverts to a standard single-axis line chart whenever I modify one of the PivotFields. How do I prevent this? [more inside]
What are some of the most overtly religious modern pop/rock/mainstream songs that sound great, and more importantly believable, in their devotion rather than jusy cringeworthy or preachy? Preachy titles also welcomed for comparison.
Anyone know how to get periodically-updated 5-year charts of the NASDAQ Composite's (IXIC or ^IXIC) Price/Earnings ratio? [more inside]
Thanks to this, I'm trying to find out what the top-selling single was when I was born (Dec. 4th 1982).
I am looking for software that will generate charts and graphs that isn't Excel. [MI] [more inside]
How do I change the matrix of the legend in an Excel chart? I have 1x6, and I want 3x2.
I'm looking for a Windows player that will draw a network diagram between entities and automatically arrange them on the page.
I'm looking for software that can draw a kind of "network diagram", showing the all the links between entities, and arranging the entities/lines automatically on the page. For instance, I've always wanted to draw a big diagram showing everyone I know, then draw lines between the people I know who know each other. Ideally, I'd like to be able to enter, simply, each persons name, and a list of all the people they know, and have it generate the diagram from that. I see this kind of thing all the time on the web - diagrams of what sites link to each other, or what bands sound like each other - but is there a simple Windows program that will do the same thing? [more inside]
Other than Excel, Freehand, and Illustrator, are there any really snazzy looking, easy to use charting apps for XP?
I need to create some charts (as in bar-, pie-, etc.) for a presentation. I have used Excel (easy but boring), Illustrator and Freehand (slightly more complicated and exciting) for this in the past, but want to expand my repertoire. Are there any really snazzy looking, easy to use charting apps for XP? [more inside]
You know the chart they hang on the end of hospital beds? Apparently there's a myth that nurses put 2 letter codes on these that describe the characteristics of the patient that annoy/irritate/disgust them most. Has anyone heard of these?
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