ZingChart has been listed on several new comparison sites. This is useful because these sites contain more pro's and con's than some past comparison pages. Check these out:
- Stackshare Charting Libraries
We're always looking for examples of ZingChart being used outside our office. Here's a great one from XTF:
You can also view the chart in action.
They created a stock chart using our line chart type to show total returns of different ETFs over a one month period. In addition to line charts, you can track financial data using our stock chart type. Our recent interactive stock chart blog post explains how you can create candlestick charts, OHLC charts, and stock and volume charts. This particular example also takes advantage of some cool features:
- Zooming and preview
- Multiple plot labels on a crosshair
- Custom styling for line colors and background gradients
- Scale customizations
Cool Dataviz Links
- Giorgia Lupi wrote a Medium post on engaging aesthetics for data narratives that is worth checking out. Some great examples are included in this piece.
- Our top blog post this month was a collection of scatter plot demos and tips. You can check out the demos and when you're ready to make your own, use our new tutorial on how to make your own scatter plot.
- Randal Olsen shared a ring chart that showed most people like to text with their family, rather than voice call.
- The Economist posted a stacked bar chart about the richest football clubs in Europe.
- Flowing Data made an interactive chart that visualizes how we are most likely to die.
- Sketch app shared "How to Design a Sexy Dashboard."