How often do you need to create a good-looking report for stakeholders or put easy to read statistics graphs on your website? Here in Rubyroid Labs we use a tool that we absolutely love – Data-Driven Documents. With D3.js one can create a bunch of beautiful, user-friendly and useful graphs just in a few clicks. Get inside to learn about this awesome product.
What is Data-Driven Documents?
1. Product View
This chart would look great not only on a report page, but on a regular product view catalogue for your online store.
The ways one can use it are almost limitless.
2. Calendar View
Use calendar graph for both planning and reporting. This graph might provide you with a bunch of insights on the load of your company and its dynamics.
3. Vertical Graphs
Vertical graphs are common guests of all kinds of reports and presentation. We are sure you know how to use them even better than us.
4. Word Structure Graphs
Word structure graph would be of great use for linguists. With introducing a few minor changes you can use it of analyzing plenty other sorts of things.
Hierarchy graphs would work great for prototyping as well as presenting your project. It might also be a great tool to show your customers the structure of the future website and many other cases.
Add a map to your ‘About us’ page to show all your branches or use it in an article like “big magazines” do.
As you see there are so many ways why Data-Driven Documents is a great tool. We are sure, having known it a little better, you will fall in love with it as much as we do (or even more!)
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