When it comes to problem-solving, it’s important to understand the problem space before you even attempt to solve it. Often when we try to understand a complex problem, how we interpret it determines how we go about solving it. Without the right interpretation, you are unlikely to come up with a satisfactory solution.
This is especially true with problems that are directly or indirectly related to data. As a result, many industries agree that data visualization is the best way to understand and solve most issues.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how you can use charts and charting guidelines to simplify your problems. We will also discuss some of the most convincing reasons why you should use more charts in your day-to-day tasks.
Why should I use charts as a developer?
As a developer, there are many ways you can transfer knowledge and present your work to your higher-ups in engineering. For example, if you are doing R&D for a revamp, use visualizations to summarize your efforts and research findings. Charting is the ultimate way to go about it.
In addition, if you are in engineering management, charting and visualizations are the ideal way to plan sprints, distribute tasks, and ultimately measure and present your team’s throughput and efficiency KPIs.
To make it easier for you, FusionCharts is one of the few charting libraries out there that work out-of-the-box with a range of different technologies. FusionCharts provides a powerful, interactive, and easy-to-interpret visualization experience. For a developer who loves to innovate, FusionCharts is the way to go.
How can I use charts to make an eye-catching application dashboard?
Today, many businesses are scaling rapidly and providing a range of different innovative solutions and feature offerings. This makes it even more important to maintain an easy-to-use UI. Imagine your application provides new features but doesn’t provide any explanation or summary about what they do or how to use them. Worse yet, imagine you buried all your new features where they are unlikely to be seen.
In this situation, interactive and appealing visualization dashboards can help. You can display multiple charts on an application dashboard and provide your user with an all-in-all information navigation experience.
FusionCharts charting and visualization libraries are perfect for this. To find out how, take a look at our existing article on how you can easily build powerful venture financing dashboards with FusionCharts and React.
Why should I use charts as a data analyst?
If you are a data analyst, then you should be using charts. Neither data extraction, data engineering, nor data analysis is an easy task. They are all even more complicated if you are not utilizing the power of data visualization. Data visualization makes it easy to understand and interpret data. It also provides an appealing interface for business analysts to understand and make decisions.
FusionCharts is a perfect charting library. You can also easily integrate it with a variety of other technologies. Any analyst comfortable writing code with most mainstream platforms can easily use FusionCharts to present their everyday findings.
How can I easily support cross-technology integrations using charts?
If you want to add some sort of visualization experience to your already built apps, charting is the ideal way to go about it. Using charts, you can create a user-friendly and interactive experience. Not only will charting help you attract users, but good charts can also double as marketing tools.
Throughout this article, we have talked about how easily you can integrate FusionCharts with a range of other technologies. This goes for your legacy applications as well. For existing applications, FusionCharts is the perfect low-effort way to integrate an extraordinary charting experience. For example, if you have an existing Svelte app, you can easily import FusionCharts and enable native charts.
Want to see how easy it is? Here is a guide that shows you how to add stunning data visualizations to Svelte apps with FusionCharts.
What is an easy way to export visually appealing statistics?
We all know that charts are pleasant, presentable, and attractive visualization tools that can provide you with information at a glance. We also know that having information that is easily understood can reduce the amount of time it takes you to solve a problem. But did you know that FusionCharts is the best way to export your charts and visualizations so that you can easily present them and send them over to other people on your team?
If you are interested in knowing how you can quickly export FusionCharts’ data visualizations to PDF, here is the article you need to read.
This post has been brought to you by the team at FusionCharts.
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