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We are back from the NASSCOM Product Conclave and to say we felt awesome would be an understatement. A lot of things happened over there and it would be not so wise to try put it down into words. And don't we always advocate - "A picture speaks a thousand words?" So here's just a… Read More »

If you are like most people, you would not mind making some money out of your website through advertisements. Sadly, one of the most neglected pages on a majority of the websites is the 'Advertise' page. It is usually a last minute addition with a mail ID thrown in somewhere. The truth is, a good… Read More »

Differentiating the important from the not-so important is a very vital task for any management. In this post, we will see how a Pareto chart is a vital tool for the same, and how it can be easily created using the Dual-Y Combination chart in FusionCharts v3. You are James Gordon. A lot of public… Read More »

Everything needs a makeover – and the latest in line was the FusionCharts Free website. Over a period of 3 weeks, we have made it chic-and-span. But why the change? The web team has cited many technical reasons to justify the change, but the content team speculates that the web team had nothing better to… Read More »

When you have a table with 3 related dimensions of data, how do you represent it on a flat 2D chart? Put three column charts side by side, one for each dimension? Or use two XY-plot charts? But both of them will be ineffective in putting together all the 3 parameters in one elegant visualization… Read More »

Pie charts have been used, misused and abused. But what about the multi-level pie charts? They have been under-used, to put it simply. Other standard charts have been opted for even when the multi-level pie chart would have been the perfect fit. So in this post of "Second Base with charts", we will explore the… Read More »

Everyone hits the first base. But getting to the second base is where a lot of people are lost out. Yes, almost everyone has made use of simple column, line and pie charts at some point of time in their lives. But when your relationship with data starts heating up, the first base just won't… Read More »

FusionCharts Suite shares a great chemistry with Javascript. What does this mean for you? Quite a lot actually. You can combine the two of them to: Create comprehensive sales reports: Show a chart at the top with summarized sales info for say 5 years. Then allow the user to click on any of these years… Read More »