Category Archives: user interface

Stacked bar and area charts!

In the last post on this blog, you might have seen a chart of mobile phone handset sales taken from the Asymco Mobile Phone Market Report (£125 now on Timetric). It didn’t look much like the charts you’d have seen … Continue reading

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Customize your charts

When we talk to people about Timetric, we always ask what features they’d like that we don’t have. A lot of people have asked for two in particular: being able to change the colours of lines on our graphs; being … Continue reading

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Get up-to-date statistical graphs for your site

Firstly, hello to everyone at the data-driven journalism conference in the Netherlands today! We’ve been working on a few new things for Timetric, and one of them’s ready to go: we hope a lot of people, including journalists — and … Continue reading

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SVG graphs on

When we launched a little over a year ago, we needed a visualization solution so people could see our lovely data. We looked around, and decided that for performance and cross-browser compatibility, we’d create our own Flash widget based … Continue reading

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New Dashboard

Yesterday we rolled out an exciting update to the Dashboard, which now looks something like this: More important than the lick of paint, though, is all the new stuff you can do with it! Though it might sound boring, the … Continue reading

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