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Category: release

New feature: Step line charts

Today, let us show you another wonderful chart type ;-) Step line charts can help you to monitor data that is not continuous but characterized by jumps from one level to another. Here is a glance on what it can look like…

Making a step chart is as simple as drawing any other chart with Jolicharts. Lets see how it works:

1) After uploading the data, drag and drop the step line chart icon to your slide.

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2) You’ll be redirected to the chart builder interface. All you have to do is to drag and drop some data to the right fields.

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3) And there you go…

Enjoy this new feature and don’t forget to share your creations with us.

Major Jolicharts version release

Against all roadmap management rules we have released a new version on a Friday…

Here is what you’ll find in Jolicharts starting from today:

  • Add custom logos
  • Export your slideshow as PDF
  • Add custom backgrounds to your slides
  • Step line charts
  • Smooth line charts
  • Google map charts
  • Mixed charts (bar + line)
  • Smooth area charts
  • Microsoft SQL Server Support for presentations connected to databases
  • Enhanced chart builder (custom drag & drop depending on chart types)
  • Data labels on charts with few datapoints
  • Improved mobile compatibility
  • Reduced rendering times
  • Enhanced color sets
  • And a lot of fixed bugs ;-)

We will soon provide you with more detailed posts about all those features. Stay tuned!

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New feature: Visualize your data on Google Maps

We recently rolled out a new complementary feature to our existing map charts.

You can now visualize yor data related to geographic locations on Google maps.

Let’s have a peek how this interesting feature works in easy steps.

Step 1

Upload your data and create a Google map charts.

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Step 2

Drag and drop your data into values and locations.

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Step 3

And there you go…  Your interactive data directly visualized on map.