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Feb 3, 2018
With Arrays, you can create stunning interactive visualizations and embed them in your online article, or website, to add depth and an enriched experience to your story. Recently, ChinaFile, an online magazine created by The Asia Society, used Arrays to build an interactive database. The database visualizes the data collected from Trump, and the senior members of the administration’s, comments on China through press releases, tweets and any other media outlets. By embedding the database directly onto their website, their readers gain insight on this special project that focuses on the administration’s position on China and how it has diverged from official to unofficial topics over time.
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Nov 21, 2017
Sometimes when choosing the right visualization for your data means going back to the basics. Presenting your content in a simple layout that arranges your information in columns and rows may seem lackluster, but in some instances it is the most effective method. Next in our chart style series, we will discuss the Table visualization and why it may be the least confusing option for your data and audience.
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Oct 5, 2017
Our sister company, Schema Design, utilized our interactive platform to build their recently launched project, “Searching for Health”— A collaboration with Google News Lab and Alberto Cairo. With the use of data from both Google Trend API and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the visualization gives viewers an insight into the level of interest of the top searches for health conditions in the US and the magnitude of those affected by them.
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Oct 2, 2017
What if you could make edits to your dataset and the changes are automatically reflected on your interactive visualization in Arrays? As of today, you can! We are excited to announce the new feature: Google Sheet Sync. Once you setup the sync, you will never have to manually re-import a spreadsheet in your Arrays visualization ever again.
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Feb 3, 2018
The most common issue when creating a visualization is not understanding the best way your data should be presented. Choosing the wrong chart type could both confuse your viewer and lead to misinterpretations. In this blog series, I will go over why certain charts work better for your data and will ultimately give you the tools to help choose the right visualization in the future. Each month I will focus on a different type of data visualization offered by Arrays, for a total of 11 posts, to help you effectively visualize your data and teach you how to configure visualizations like a pro.
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May 17, 2017
Arrays announces public launch! Now anyone can publish beautiful, interactive visualizations online using our data storytelling platform. With Arrays, showcase your data as an engaging, interactive experience and share compelling stories.
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Apr 26, 2017
With the public launch days away, the Arrays team is gearing up to showcase our platform at the Collision Conference next week. Created by the team behind Web Summit, Collision is headed back to New Orleans May 2nd - 4th. Thousands of attendees, from more than 100 countries, will flock to the city known for its nightlife and cuisine to partake in one of the fastest growing tech conferences in America
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Apr 26, 2017
Do you love to view data broken down into a pie chart? Most of us do, as data is presented in a way that is clear and easy to understand visually. What if you could view your data spread out into several pie charts at the same time ? With Arrays Pie Set view you can see your information with an additional layer of detail. Come dive into see more about pie charts with three dimensions of information!
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Apr 26, 2017
Displaying beautiful graphical views created from combined data is the core of what Arrays does. But did you know, you can also use the same data to display reference or more granular detailed information? What a great way to have reference information, phone and contact numbers, or details behind the data right at your fingertips! It’s the best of both worlds where we can both visualize data, and drill down to the details with our Item Detail View.
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Apr 26, 2017
As we're moving closer to Arrays' public launch, we'd like to demonstrate how it is ideal for constructing living documents that are simple to share with both team members and the public, archiving, showcasing collections, and organizing data in visually-stunning ways. As a prime example: how Arrays can be successfully utilized for calculating and sharing research for our nation’s democratic process – a comprehensive dataset of all current legislators of the 114th U.S. Congress, arranging each legislator by their official government photo and numerous helpful statistics. 
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Apr 26, 2017
As a few of our recent updates have demonstrated, Arrays is ideal for creating living documents that are simple to share with both team members and the public, archiving, showcasing collections and galleries, and organizing data in visually-stunning ways. Here, I’d like to share a prime example of how Arrays can be successfully utilized for calculating and sharing business analytics – a usage that applies to almost any organization that requires marketing and media outreach.
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Feb 2, 2017
In December of last year, Google and AIGA (the American Institute of Graphic Arts) joined forces to produce an in-depth census of professional graphic designers across the nation, with 9,500 designers taking part. Following a comprehensive survey including their geographical locations, their years in the field, and areas of concentration, the Google/AIGA team collected the data and made it public.
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Apr 26, 2017
We visualized the world ranking of the 200 top colleges and universities using Arrays. Site visitors are able to not only quickly see the top of the ranking lists, but can re-arrange the rankings by order of country and international score, teaching score, each school’s ratio for research, student-to-staff numbers, gender statistics, and ratio of international students currently enrolled.
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Jan 30, 2017
We have consolidated the full data for a recent event that also proved a major historic moment for our nation—the 2017 Women’s March. Using Arrays’ combination of ease-of-use, advanced functionality and vibrant visuals, researchers, journalists and students alike can learn all of the comprehensive statistics of this world-wide protest movement.
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Jan 26, 2017
Our team will be exhibiting at the Dublin Tech Summit in Ireland from February 15-16th, joining numerous established companies and startups in their pursuit of advancing technologies. The digital-driven economy, health and science, social media predictions and the future of information sharing are only a few of the topics that various entrepreneurs and leading experts will be addressing—and Arrays will be there to join in the global think tank.
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Jan 25, 2017
When Rolling Stone magazine announced their list for the top 500 albums of all time, it seemed like a great opportunity to show just what Arrays can do. Not only did Arrays’ ergonomic and effortless design help to arrange the list itself into a beautiful, interactive display, but going a few steps further, demonstrates just how useful Arrays can be for researchers.
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Jan 25, 2017
What if there was an easy, beautiful and interactive way to publish your data? Following our success with Schema—the research and design firm specializing in turning complex data into advanced, interactive experiences—our team pondered how those same user-friendly and visually-striking experiences could be made accessible to a much broader audience. Arrays is the answer.
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