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Is there any visualization software, platform or framework that can read and manipulate 3d models (simple manipulations like highlighting or changing color of parts).

I wanted to include an interactive 3d model that is linked to graphs and data in my visualization, and was wondering if any of you knows a way to do it.

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Hi! Does anyone use echarts visualization library?

I use echarts to visualize portfolio performance. I want to normilize my data on dataZoom action.

This gif (https://www.dropbox.com/s/joxnbotvb6kc7gc/portfolio.gif?dl=0) better describes my entire goal.

As you can see on every time data all graphs starts from 0.

I'm not really sure how to solve this problem efficiently. I admit that I don't know the whole functionality of echarts.

I know that Amcharts (https://www.amcharts.com) has such functionality. But I want to implement it using echarts

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This might sound ridiculous but hear me out: I have this idea of putting digital dashboards on the walls of my office which convey the most relevant one to three metrics to my employees while not giving away too much information to outside visitors. For everyone coming from outside the company these should merely look like art.

One idea I came up with would be taking an image but only coloring a percentage of it (for example 50% of the goal reached) while the rest would stay black & white. Every employee could see at a glance how much of the goal has been reached so far. For everyone else it would just be a picture.

Has something like this ever been done before? Are there examples? I would be very happy if you could help me out here.

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This is the visual my boss has asked to create (or something along these lines): http://junkcharts.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341e992c53ef0148c6ca3daf970c-pi

We have a few schools that are ranked from 1 (most successful) to 34 (least successful) in three different categories. So, as an example School A might me top ranked (1) in Maths, but 14 in Physics. Is there a way to visualize this in a fancy way?

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Hello everyone, here are some examples:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2DHpW79w0Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQCsklH4dVo

Is it a private project? I have seen many people made similar visualization video. Perphas there is a open source library?

Thank you for your time.

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Specifically, my goal is to create a web of information about problems in the United states. I'm looking for a way to present topics and subtopics. At first, I was considering a mind map, but that get rather complex for the amount of information I'm putting in.

I love the zoom features of Prezi, and it would work great for what I'm planning to do, except for the fact that Prezi works essentially like a slideshow. I want the user to be able to navigate the web on their own volition.

If anyone has any idea for a format or website that can display information like this, please let me know!

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