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          Lecturer,Asst - Chief Data Science Officer - University of Wyoming - Laramie, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Strong statistical and psychometric knowledge, e.g., multiple regression, logistic regression, data visualization, relational databases, SQL, IRT,...
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          Tableau Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Redwood City, Redwood City, California Skills : Tableau, SSRS development, Data visualization, SQL Server, Redshift, Athena, MySQL and Analytics Description : Required Qualifications: • 5-7 years of development experience in Tableau • 3-4 years of development experience in Tableau and SSRS development. • 2+ years of experience with BI UX design. • 2+ years of experience with Analytics. • Experience with data vi
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          Library: Assistant Professor as Digital Learning and Instruction Librarian - UW Eau Claire - Eau Claire, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Library: Assistant Professor as Digital Learning and Instruction Librarian - UW Eau Claire - Eau Claire, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Library: Assistant Professor as Digital Learning and Instruction Librarian - UW Eau Claire - Eau Claire, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Data Storytelling Moving Beyond Static Data Visualizations      Cache   Translate Page      

Data Storytelling Moving Beyond Static Data Visualizations

Data Storytelling: Moving Beyond Static Data Visualizations
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          Front End Reactive Functional Engineer - DNAnexus - Mount View, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Good sense of visual and interaction design, data visualization experience a plus. Key investors include Google Ventures, Foresite Capital, TPG Biotech, and...
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          Business Intelligence Analyst - Latham & Watkins LLP - Los Angeles, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience with Tableau or other data visualization tools is preferred, along with experience with R, Python, NoSQL technologies such as Hadoop, Cassandra,...
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          #MakeoverMonday: Improving How We Visualize and Analyze Data, One Chart at a Time      Cache   Translate Page      


Explore different perspectives and approaches to create more effective visualizations

#MakeoverMonday offers inspiration and a giant dose of perspective for those who communicate data. Originally a small project in the data visualization community, #MakeoverMondayfeatures a weekly chart or graph and a dataset that community members reimagine in order to make it more effective. The results have been astounding; hundreds of people have contributed thousands


          (USA-CO-Englewood) Data Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
DISH is a Fortune 200 company with more than $15 billion in annual revenue that continues to redefine the communications industry. Our legacy is innovation and a willingness to challenge the status quo, including reinventing ourselves. We disrupted the pay-TV industry in the mid-90s with the launch of the DISH satellite TV service, taking on some of the largest U.S. corporations in the process, and grew to be the fourth-largest pay-TV provider. We are doing it again with the launch of the first live, internet-delivered TV Service – Sling TV, that bucks traditional pay-TV norms and gives consumers a truly new way to access and watch television. Now we have our sights set on upending the wireless industry and unseating the entrenched incumbent carriers. We have a bold sense of pride, adventure, and desire to win – it’s in our DNA. And we’re looking for people with boundless energy, intelligence, and an overwhelming need to achieve to join our team as we embark on the next chapter of our story. Opportunity is here. We are DISH. #LI-EL1 This position will deploy business information and knowledge through information-rich interactive data visualizations for use by In-Home Services managers, executives, and field personal. This position emphasizes a need for a creative mind to conceptualize, design, and develop scalable visualization applications using the BI development tool Tableau as well as a scientific mind to analyze key performance indicators, metrics, and actionable drivers. The analyst will also work regularly with IT engineers to develop and test new data resources for use by the IHS Analytics team. The analyst must have a keen ability to communicate technical subjects to a non-technical audience. The ideal candidate will have a passion for leadership and aim to mentor junior analysts on the team. Essential Functions: + Develop data sets and interactive visualizations of operational KPIs + Work with other business units to deploy reporting or act on research findings + Provide support for ad hoc analysis of business data + Design, develop, deploy and support interactive data visualizations within Tableau + Work side by side with end users to gain an intimate understanding of their needs and use cases to build out requirements list + Works with other business units to deploy reporting or act on research findings + Provides support for ad hoc analysis of business data #LI-MM1 A successful Business Intelligence Analyst will have the following: + Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university, preferably in Mathematics, Computer Science, Industrial Engineering Statistics, Economics, or Finance + Proficient in SQL + Experience with Tableau (or similar data visualization platform) + Apply objective, analytical, and orderly thinking to the analysis of complex problems + Ability to communicate findings to executives, suggests innovative business solutions, and develops real-time fixes to customer impacting issues + Excellent organization and time-management skills; results oriented, strong sense of urgency, proactive and flexible + Self-starter with ability to be strong team player and work independently in a fast-paced environment Vacancy Name: 2018-45731 External Company Name: DISH Purchasing Corporation External Company URL: Street: 9601 S MERIDIAN BLVD
          Tableau Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Redwood City, Redwood City, California Skills : Tableau, SSRS development, Data visualization, SQL Server, Redshift, Athena, MySQL and Analytics Description : Required Qualifications: • 5-7 years of development experience in Tableau • 3-4 years of development experience in Tableau and SSRS development. • 2+ years of experience with BI UX design. • 2+ years of experience with Analytics. • Experience with data vi
          Business Intelligence Analyst - Latham & Watkins LLP - Los Angeles, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience with Tableau or other data visualization tools is preferred, along with experience with R, Python, NoSQL technologies such as Hadoop, Cassandra,...
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          (USA-CA-Carlsbad) Commercial Digital Technologies Analytics Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
**Job Description** When you are part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals. The Commercial Digital Technologies Analytics team is an analytics center of excellence across global eCommerce ecosystem. The team is responsible for driving revenues by offering a suite of analytics products, including metrics-tracking, dashboards, insights, business intelligence and data science, as well as marketing attribution. Turning insights into actions for all lines of business, the team is critical to the overall efficacy of eCommerce across the organization. The team has industry leading tools, processes and skills to convert analytics and insights into significant value for the business and our customers. **Responsibilities:** The Commercial Digital Technologies Analytics Manager will be responsible for working with product managers and other teams to provide direction and information to help make data-driven and strategic decisions. In this role, you will be responsible for developing an analytics roadmap, and presenting insights. Your goal will be to make the insights from data analysis actionable to drive results across multiple sites, products and channels. Success in this role requires a strong foundation in data wrangling, data science coupled with a proven ability to translate analytical insights into comprehensive optimized action plans. Your key responsibilities will include: + Take a leadership role in managing the integration of data coming from various sales and marketing channels to create an information infrastructure which will yield relevant and timely business insights. + Lead the definition of “metric that matter/KPI that matter” and manage the process to package these metrics/KPIs into dashboards and reports to measure performance of the Commercial Digital Technologies team. + Actively monitor, analyze and report on the health of the digital channel contribution to the pipeline, program ROI, customer acquisition and activity. + Lead the development and implementation of processes across functions/businesses to monitor and manage performance. These will include weekly, monthly or quarterly performance reviews. + Work with members of the Commercial Digital Technologies team to develop and communicate actionable, revenue generating strategies by analyzing online performance. + Provide analytical support to business partners in development of strategies and programs. + Develop a vision with an allied roadmap of analytics and data science along with the leadership team. + Strong passion for digital media and emerging technologies with a solid understanding of trends within marketing, web analytics, search, content analysis, social and mobile. + Apply advanced data mining techniques to build models to optimize marketing activities on eBusiness and on customer journey (customer acquisition, up sell and cross sell, and customer experience and retention). + Effectively respond to requests for ad hoc analyses. **Minimum Qualifications:** + Bachelor's degree in mathematics, statistics, Economics, Computer Science, or related field (or equivalent work experience) + 5+ years of Web Analytics Experience ( **Adobe Analytics** preferred) + 3+ years of experience in creating data visualization (Ideally using **PowerBI** ) + 3+ years of experience in **SQL** + Experience analyzing digital marketing performance with tools like Adobe Data Workbench, Abode Site Catalyst, etc. + Experience executing data analysis and reporting for digital campaigns, conversion funnel, mobile sites, and search traffic, including experience with Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Pay Per Click(PPC), and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) + Ability to leverage web analytics and marketing research to identify opportunities + Experience using statistical programs (R, SAS, Tableau, etc.) + Must have a demonstrated superior attention to detail If you are an individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to complete any part of our application process, click here at for further assistance. Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
          Front End Reactive Functional Engineer - DNAnexus - Mount View, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Good sense of visual and interaction design, data visualization experience a plus. Key investors include Google Ventures, Foresite Capital, TPG Biotech, and...
From DNAnexus - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 20:33:02 GMT - View all Mount View, WI jobs
          DevOps Engineer - AWS Deployment - AWS/Puppet/Terraform/Jenkins - Battersea      Cache   Translate Page      
DevOps Engineer - AWS Deployment - AWS/Puppet/Terraform/Jenkins - Battersea. My client is looking out for a DevOps engineer to join their team working on an AWS deployment managed by Puppet, This project is crucial to the evolution of their application deployment framework. You will be working in a challenging environment that will at times be trial and error, however you will have the full support of the business and the team and the learnings taken from the project will be great experience for any engineer. Essential Experience Designing, developing and multi-region deployment of business software at scale Software design patterns (microservices, messaging, distributed architecture) AWS experience particularly around cloud foundation services - (Compute, network, storage and databases) Maintaining, installing and configuring servers with Puppet or similar provisioning systems Experience with SQL and NoSQL DB Continuous Integration and automated testing with Jenkins Experience performing security assessments and analytical problem solving skills Terraform templating Competent in at least one programming or scripting language (PHP, Ruby etc) Knowledge of current trends and best practices Excellent Communication skills Desired Experience IT operations in an always-up, always-available service Log aggregation with ELK stack or similar Data visualisation with Kibana, Promethius or similar Operating Vagrant, Docker for development environments Agile and Scrum methodology LOCATION - BATTERSEA (LONDON) ROLE - PERMANENT SALARY - DEPENDANT ON EXPERIENCE
          Great R packages for data import, wrangling and visualization      Cache   Translate Page      

One of the great things about R is the thousands of packages users have written to solve specific problems in various disciplines -- analyzing everything from weather or financial data to the human genome -- not to mention analyzing computer security-breach data.

Some tasks are common to almost all users, though, regardless of subject area: data import, data wrangling and data visualization. The table below show my favorite go-to packages for one of these three tasks (plus a few miscellaneous ones tossed in). The package names in the table are clickable if you want more information. To find out more about a package once you've installed it, type help(package = "packagename") in your R console (of course substituting the actual package name ).

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          (USA-NY-New York) Senior Data Scientist, Economic Graph Analytics      Cache   Translate Page      
Senior Data Scientist, Economic Graph Analytics LinkedIn’s vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. The Economic Graph team mission is to reach that vision by bringing to life data and pilot projects that help leaders address the challenges of the modern workforce and help members outside of LinkedIn’s core navigate their education and employment challenges. The Analytics team is looking for a talented and driven data scientist to join our team to support projects partnering with governments, NGOs, and think tanks. Our projects have ranged from understanding talent migration to computing the relative supply and demand of skills on a local, national, and international level. We are looking for an individual to join our team with a focus on developing internal tools and external products to scale our work more broadly. This role will work closely with various cross-functional teams such as product, engineering, and research to develop these solutions, and requires an adaptable analytics professional that is both passionate about making an impact through rigorous analyses and who also exhibits strong technical acumen. Responsibilities Analyze large datasets to investigate key regional trends, behaviors and metrics Take customized one-off analyses and scale them to represent millions of members Build scalable reports, dashboards, models and tools to help our policy team communicate the value of LinkedIn to external stakeholders Consult and communicate with LinkedIn’s policy team and external policy leaders to showcase Economic Graph insights Assist with developing strategy and managing operational metrics for various initiatives Coordinate cross-functionally with engineering, communications, marketing, product and sales to drive business objectives Develop methods and tooling to improve operational efficiencies for our analytical work, including decreasing time to market and automating repeated work Engage with internal technology partners to prototype and launch products that make our analytical insights more broadly available for consumers Evangelize technical tooling and educate team on best practices for tools and products Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative or social sciences field of study such as Computer Science, Engineering, Statistics, Economics, or Public Policy Experience using R, Python, or other programming languages for data manipulation, analysis, machine learning, or application development Experience using SQL to analyze datasets with databases such as Teradata, Hive, and PrestoDB 3+ years of research and/or analytics experience within a relevant industry or organization (Ex. tech, social media, finance, retail, research institutes). Preferred Qualifications: Masters or PhD degree in a quantitative or social sciences field of study Background and experience in statistics, predictive modeling, and machine learning Experience working in the internet industry, on social impact, public policy or consulting Experience with applied social science research or familiarity with publicly-available government data sets such as those provided by the BLS, Census Bureau, and the Department of Labor Experience with Hadoop (Hive, Pig, or MapReduce) Familiarity with data visualization and/or BI tools (Ex. Tableau, PowerBI) Experience in ETL tools and processes Experience using scripting languages such as Unix shell, Python, and PHP Experience working with product or engineering teams to develop and launch products, or experience developing software applications Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong ability to communicate findings clearly to both technical and non-technical audiences. Ability to interact internally and externally to drive business and technical discussions
          Data Analysis Tools Market-Trend of Cloud Services Adoption      Cache   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/10/2018 -- Combined processes including data cleansing, inspecting, modeling, and transforming are called data analysis. The processes are intended to extract useful information, to draw some informing conclusions and firm decisions for an organization's betterment.

Data analysis can be done by adopting a variety of explicit data analysis methods. Some of them comprise data mining, business intelligence, text analytics, and data visualization. The tools which are used for data analysis, dedicated to data mining, business intelligence, text analytics or for data visualizations are termed as data analysis tools. Some of these include Klipfolio, Geckoboard, Cyfe, Grow, SiSense, and GoodData. Data analysis tools help organizations to collect, visualize, and share vital information within the company. These tools usually support multiple and different cloud applications, including HubSpot, Google Analytics, Salesforce, and Facebook. Incorporating data analysis tools, companies features a business intelligence platform, which is capable of generating real time out understandable insights from the complex data. Using data analysis tools, companies are digitally monitoring their customer's buying behavior and accordingly launching new products in the market. Digital marketing professionals are making use of data analytics tools and targeting specific customers to generate business leads. Data analytics tools are helping manufacturers, IT professionals, and other small, medium, and large enterprises to leverage customer centric solutions or products to support business expansion. The data analysis tools market is expected to witness remarkable growth during the forecast period 2018 – 2026, due to such use cases and their applications.

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In the current market, digital data has grown remarkably. Internet of things (IoT) proliferation is creating huge volumes of digital information at rapid pace. During the last few years, data has seen this tremendous growth. Over 85% of digital data available in the current market was generated in the last two years. In the age of connected everything, organizations are using this data for business expansion. Organizations with the help of data analysis tools, are mining the data, analyzing it, and accordingly designing their business strategies to best cater to the end use market. This in turn is driving the global data analysis tools market to experience remarkable growth. However, complexity to configure the data analysis tools would slower the market growth globally. Rising number of enterprises and their trend of cloud services adoption, specifically their migration from on premise to cloud is creating lucrative market opportunities for vendors active in the data analysis tools market across the world, and predominantly in the North America market.

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          Tableau Developer      Cache   Translate Page      
NJ-Trenton, Title: Tableau Developer Location: Trenton, NJ Duration: 6 Months Job Descriptions: Tableau Developer will be working with database and business to design, develop, implement data visualization and document data integration processes. Candidate will also contribute towards the long-term evolution of Judiciary's analytics capability. The ideal candidate will have extensive experience with tradition
          Director, Analytics & Data Science - Assembly - Los Angeles, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Interpret and validate model results with statistical validity checks, and design data visualization reports to track model performance and business impact....
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          Data Visualization with Webix      Cache   Translate Page      

In this article, I’ll cover the process of data visualization with the Webix javascript UI Library . The most convenient and intuitive form of visualized data is, naturally, a chart. That’s why we’ll talk about different types of charts in this article.

Webix is JavaScript UI library of html5 components that you can use for creating mobile and desktop web apps. There's a wide variety of components from a simple button to the SpreadSheet Widget that can be used for developing Excel-like office web applications. Besides the UI components collection, there’s an event handling mechanism, offline mode support, and a bunch of development tools. For example, you can create your own skins using the Skin Builder , use the visual designer for drag-and-drop UI creation, or experiment with the code in online source code playground . ##Webix Initialization To use Webix, you should include one CSS and one JavaScript file to your project. You can either download the library package or use the CDN. To do so, you can add the following code to your HTML file:

index . html

<head> <script src=""></script> <link rel="stylesheet" href=""></link> </head>

The full library package contains some extra content such as web skins collection and a bunch of samples which are useful if you want to check various stuff you can build with this library.

After the required files are included, you can initialize the UI:

<body> <script> webix.ui({ /_ application code _/ }) </script> </body>

That’s all the info you should know to create your first Webix application. ##Charts Basics To learn how the things work, let’s build a simple Bar Chart and add some features to it. ###Data Types Before we create our first chart let’s take a look at the possible data types. There’s a possibility to use JSON format. You can insert the following code between the <script></script> tags of your index . html file or store them in a separate JavaScript file and include it to your project.

index . html

var sales = [ { id: 1, sales: 20, year: "05"}, { id: 2, sales: 55, year: "06"}, { id: 3, sales: 40, year: "07"}, { id: 4, sales: 78, year: "08"}, { /_ more items _/} ];

Another opportunity is XML. Here’s an example of an XML file that you can use:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <data> <item id="1" sales="20" year="05"/> <item id="2" sales="55" year="06"/> <item id="3" sales="40" year="07"/> <item id="4" sales="78" year="08"/> <!-- some more items --> </data>

###Creating a Simple Bar Chart After you get the data you want to visualize, you can create the chart. Since we don’t want to build the Webix application, it will be better to create a DIV container to work with. Add the following code between the <body></body> tags:

index . html

<body> <div id="my_chart" style="width:600px;height:250px;margin:20px"></div> <script> var sales = [ /_ ... _/ ]; webix.ui({ /_ application code _/ }) </script> </body>

After all the preparations are done we can create a basic chart. You can insert the following code between the <script></script> tags:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", container:"my_chart", type: "bar", value: "#sales#", xAxis: { template: "'#year#" }, yAxis: { start: 0, end: 100, step: 10, }, data: sales, /_more properties_/ })

Let’s consider the properties used in the above code: If you want to use an XML file instead, here’s the needed code that you can use instead the data property:

index . html

webix.ui({ /_ other properties _/ url: "data.xml", datatype: "xml" })

This code is enough to visualize your data in the form of a chart:

Data Visualization with Webix

As you can see, Webix uses a rainbow-like palette by default. If it’s not what you expected, there’s always a possibility to change the default properties. ###Bar Configuration and Coloring To change the color of the bar, you should use the color property. You can either change the color of a single bar by adding the color definition to the sales array:

index . html

var sales = [ { id: 1, sales: 20, year: "05", color: "#2CD2D2"}, ]

Or use one and the same color for the whole chart by adding the color property to the chart definition code:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "bar", /_ some more properties _/ color: "#2CD2D2" })

Other handy properties are radius and alpha . You can use them to change the bar’s rounding and opacity.

For example, you can add the following code to the widget's definition:

index . html

webix.ui({ /_ chart properties _/ alpha: 0.6, radius: 0 })

After you change the color and use these two properties you’ll get something like this:

Data Visualization with Webix

###Charts Combination It may be useful to combine two or more charts to compare the data they represent. To create a combination of charts, you can use the series property.

Here’s how it works:

series: [ { /_ 1-st chart properties _/}, { /_ 2-nd chart properties _/} ]

The main idea behind this approach is that you should use the properties are common for all of your charts within the chart definition (like we did it before). But the properties that relate to a particular chart from the chart series should be placed within the series array.

Here’s an example of how you can change the definition of your chart:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "bar", /_ some more properties _/ series: [ { value: "#sales#", color: "#2CD2D2", }, { value: "#sales2#", color: "#E8CE27", } ], data: sales })

In this code we’ve defined two charts that use different data and have different colors.

The result is shown below:

Data Visualization with Webix
###Legend and Tooltips To avoid misunderstanding, you can use Map Legend and Tooltips .

Map legend can be pretty useful in case you combine two or more charts. To create a legend, you should add the legend property to your chart configuration.

Let’s add the one to our chart to let users know what these bars are about. Add the folloeing code to the chart definition:

index . html

webix.ui({ /_ chart definition _/ legend: { values: [ {text: "Team A", color: "#2CD2D2"}, {text: "Team B", color: "#E8CE27"} ], align: "right", valign: "middle", width: 80 }, })

Let’s take a look at the result:

Data Visualization with Webix

Another handy feature is a tooltip. You can use it to show the exact value of a bar and some extra information, if any. Let’s add this feature to our chart. If you use a combination of charts like in our example, you should create as many tooltips as many charts you have.

Here’s an example:

index . html

webix.ui({ /_ chart definition _/ series: [ { /_ first chart properties _/ tooltip:{ template:"Team A. Year: 20#year#. Sales: #sales#" } }, { /_ second chart properties _/ tooltip:{ template:"Team B. Year: 20#year#. Sales: #sales2#" } } ] })

The tooltip property creates a popup message that appears on the screen when a mouse cursor is over the related chart item. The template property defines the contents of this message.

We’ve created a string that takes the year and sales values from the data source. Don’t be confused with 20#year# definition. Remember that the year values are as follows: 05, 06, 07, and so on. So, such format only makes everything clear.

Now, when you mouse over the bar you’re interested in, you’ll see a tooltip:

Data Visualization with Webix

If you want to check out the source code and the demo, you can visit this snippet page . Feel free to play with the code! ##Different Types of Charts Obviously there are much more chart types than a good old bar chart. To switch between different types of charts, you have to change the value of the type property. ###Horizontal Bar Chart and Stacked Bar Chart Let’s start from the easy one. You can turn your vertical bar chart into the Horizontal Bar Chart in a few steps. First of all, you need to change the type property:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "barH", /_ more properties _/ })

Remaining steps are swapping the X-axis and Y-axis properties and changing the size of the DIV container.

And it’s done:

Data Visualization with Webix

Let’s talk a little bit more about chart combinations. If you plan to compare three or more graphs, the overall picture may become a little bit messy. Here’s a possible solution for you. You can use Stacked Bar Chart . To turn your chart into the Stacked Bar one, just change the type property:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "stackedBar", /_ more properties _/ })

The result is shown below:

Data Visualization with Webix

To turn this chart into a horizontal one, use this property:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "stackedBarH", /_ more properties _/ })

###Area Chart and Stacked Area Chart Let’s move further. Another way of data presentation is Area Chart . It looks pretty much the same as the Bar Chart, so there’s not so much work you should do to create this one:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type:"area", /_ more properties _/ })

And here it is:

Data Visualization with Webix

And remember that there’s always a possibility to combine a couple of charts in the form of a Stacked Area Chart :

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type:"stackedArea", /_ more properties _/ })

Here’s the result:

Data Visualization with Webix

###Line Chart and Spline Chart The configuration process for the Line Chart differs from the previous ones, so let’s take a look at it in detail.

Once again, you should use the type property to create a Line Chart. But there are some unique properties. Unlike the previous chart types, Line and Spline Charts use the line property to define the chart appearance.

Moreover, there’s another property you may find handy. If you look closer at the bar charts we created earlier, you’ll notice that the first bar is drawn with an offset. To change this behavior, you can use the offset property.

Assuming this knowledge, you can create a combination of the Line Charts:

index . html

webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "line", offset: 0, /_ some more properties _/ series: [ { value: "#sales#", line: { color: "#2CD2D2", width: 3 }, }, { value: "#sales2#", line: { color: "#E8CE27", width: 3 }, } ], })

Here’s the result:

Data Visualization with Webix

You can build the Spline chart in a pretty much the same way. Just use the type: "spline" setting and you’ll get something like this:

Data Visualization with Webix

###Pie, 3DPie, and Donut Charts Pie , 3D Pie , and Donut Charts are similar to each other. The main difference between them is their appearance that is defined by the type property.

Let’s start from the pie chart:

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webix.ui({ view:"chart", type: "pie", value: "#sales#", pieInnerText:"#sales#", legend: { template:"20#year#", align:"right", valign:"middle", width:60 }, data: sales })

This code doesn’t differ much from the Bar Chart we’ve created earlier. But this time there’s a pieInnerText property that allows setting a template for pie inner labels.

The result is shown below:

Data Visualization with Webix

Or you can prefer the 3D Pie chart. To do so, use the type:"pie3d" setting:

Data Visualization with Webix

If you think that using legend along with pie chart is not the best decision, you can always choose the label property.

Let’s use it with the Donut Chart:

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webix.ui({ view: "chart", type: "donut", label: "'#year#" /_ some more properties _/ })

The result is as follows:

Data Visualization with Webix
##Conclusion Webix allows creating charts without wasting a lot of your precious time. It’s not so hard to change the chart type. Just change the value of its type property and you’ll see what happens. This article covers the basics of the chart creation process. There’s a possibility to change the foreground color, redefine the appearance of markers that present chart data items, etc. To learn which type of chart is better for this or that situation, read this article about different types of charts .

And, of course, Webix is not limited to charts functionality. It provides you with a wide variety of controls, such as Buttons , Sliders , Forms and other useful stuff. Combining the available components you can create an online app that gives users a possibility to visualize the existing data in different ways, make on-the-fly changes and who knows what else. If you want to take a look at how different Webix components can work together, check GanttPRO . It’s an online service that was build with Webix components. It allows visualizing the workflow in the form of a Gantt chart .

Well, seems that all for now. Hope you liked it.

          IntMath Newsletter: Solid of revolution, resources, news      Cache   Translate Page      

1. New on IntMath: Solid of Revolution maker
2. Resources: Grasshopper, Sketchup
3. Math in the news: Light beam
4. Math movies: Ballet, Mars
5. Math puzzle: Tokens
6. Final thought: Jack Ma

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Software Engineer - Software to Protect the Oceans | c£50K Harwell, Didcot, Oxfordshire Up to £50,000 plus pension, plus bonus and healthcare Do you love writing software & making the world a better place? 90% of the world’s fish stocks are nearing or already beyond the limits of sustainable fishing. Illegal fishing risks pushing those stocks over the edge. With over 3 billion people relying on seafood as their main source of protein, and the livelihoods of 12% of the world’s population depending upon the fishing industry, this is fast becoming a global crisis. Our Solution We are tackling this problem through the use of big data analytics such as machine learning, data visualisation, and effective user experience. Our team of fisheries compliance experts, empowered by advanced technology, are helping authorities and seafood buyers around the world drive greater sustainability through increased compliance. We work with governments, government agencies & regulatory bodies, fisheries, retailers, producers, aquaculture and non-government organisations to improve the sustainability of fishing globally. "Come and help us change lives and protect the Oceans" We are looking to interview enthusiastic and ambitious candidates who are eager to learn new technologies and will thrive in a fast-paced start-up environment. The role offers the chance for someone who has recently graduated, or with some commercial experience and is ready to grow their career as a Software Engineer. You will help take our technology to new heights, and to maintain and continually improve our data-driven software systems. We use exciting cutting-edge technologies including Accumulo, GeoMesa, Nifi and other Apache projects, as well as a range of Azure PaaS tools including CosmosDB. What you will bring to the role? + A BSc degree in Computer Science or equivalent however anyone who can demonstrate a passion for programming and solid previous qualifications in the relevant fields will be of interest. + Experience developing software in C# .NET + Experience of using an agile software development methodology + A thorough understanding of the principles of computing, in particular real-world distributed software solutions architecture + Effective prioritisation of tasks and personal time management + Ability to work as an all-rounder as the duties are varied based on the size of the team + An enthusiastic and pro-active "can-do" attitude is essential What we can offer you? + You will learn more than you ever thought possible about the fishing industry, tracking ships with satellites, data analysis, and compliance workflows. + We believe that learning and development never stops and will provide opportunities to feed your curiosity to understand, develop, and learn + Working with innovative teammates You must be eligible to work in the UK You may have worked in the following capacities: C# .NET Developer, C# .NET Software Engineer, Midweight Software Engineer, Graduate Developer, Junior Software Engineer. Interested? Just Apply Below... Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. This processing is conducted lawfully on the basis of our legitimate interests. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
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The Northern Education Initiative Plus invites application from suitably qualified candidates for the post of Database Specialist - Abuja. The Database Specialist will assist in the design and development of a data collection and management system for project team. He/she will report to the Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist to ensure implementation is closely aligned with the overall project. This position is based in Abuja, Nigeria.Essential Job Functions:Primary Responsibilities: Develops a project database to house all project-related data. Provides continuous maintenance of the database including regular scheduled back-ups, tests of data integrity, periodic recovery tests, etc. Develops standard operating procedures for administering database. Works with project team members and partners in numerous field locations throughout the country to ensure the database functionality meets their needs. Creates and enforces project-wide data processing protocols, including manuals and reference guides, for proper use of the project database and related functions. Trains project and partner staff on proper use of the database and data processing protocols. Works with project staff to find and implement technological solutions to data-related challenges. Ensures data cleanliness, quality and security. Ensures seamless integration between numerous systems in order to reduce unnecessary redundancies. Produces regular reports according to the guidelines determined by project management Researches hardware and operating system problems and determines proper solutions, arranging and coordinating for hardware and software repairs when necessary. Recommends changes to improve data systems and network configurations, and determines hardware or software requirements related to such changes. Performs other duties as assigned.Skills and Experience Candidates for this position must have at least 3 years of experience developing and maintaining complex databases, preferably with a USAID-funded education projects. Experience in a multi-unit, geographically diverse organization strongly preferred. Candidates must demonstrate knowledge of the following computer languages and systems. Excel - ability to use advanced formulas, functions, and calculations to analyze data. Create and update database through connected worksheets. Should be able to clean, transform, and relate data from multiple sources. Excel + Power Query - ability to create Excel connected to SQL database report templates. Should be capable of using Power Query to clean, merge, pivot/un-pivot, and transform data. Structured Query Language (SQL) - Understands T-SQL to build complex queries and sub-queries as well as how to filter, group, join, and sort the results. Uses SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and other query tools to connect, query, and manage databases. Familiar with SQL database structures (not Access), can build SQL queries using SELECT statements from one or many different related tables to output data from SQL databases. Understands database fields and properties, database relationships, primary and foreign keys, can read a database ER Diagram. SQL Databases - Can create relational database structures, tables, fields and properties, primary and foreign keys, and indexes. Creates complex SQL queries, Store Procedures, and Functions. Preferable experience in Microsoft SQL Server databases. Power BI - Ability to create basic Power BI dashboards and data visualizations connecting to external data sources like Excel to analyze data. Understands the different types of Charts, Graphs, and tables to visualize data. Creates filters, measures, and columns using DAX formulas. Can publish, update, and share dashboards and reports In addition, candidates should have experience with databases for monitoring program implementation and in data collection, processing and analysis systems. Candidates must demonstrate the ability to balance work within a team environment while working with minimal supervision; strong organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; good technical writing skills. Candidates must be willing to travel to Bauchi, Sokoto and other States in Northern Nigeria and to work effectively with diverse stakeholders. Education:The candidate must have a minimum of Bachelor's degree preferably in computer science, information systems / technology, or other related fields.
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