Category Archives: Axiis

Axiis Tech Demo: Visualizing Historic Browser Statistics

For the beta release of Axiis I prepared a visualization showing the historical browser breakdown of visitors to W3schools.com.  I wouldn’t consider it a useful data visualization by any stretch of the imagination (pie charts are not a great idea, and concentric pie charts… oh my!), but it does demonstrate how easy it is to […]

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CFUnited Demo – Axiis Treemaps

Yesterday Tom Gonzalez and I gave a presentation on Axiis at CFUnited. After Tom reviewed the concepts behind the framework, I demonstrated how to build a custom visualization. The resulting application showed a squarified treemap representing the make up of Axiis, Degrafa, Flex, and the Flex Data Visualization framework. I cleaned up the code from […]

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Axiis Video Tutorial

An experimental alpha release of Axiis has been available since 360|Flex Indy.  I put together this screencast to help people get up and running with the framework. We’ve gotten some feedback from a few people already, and some users have already told us about the awesome stuff they’re making.  Remember during Tom’s presentation when he […]

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Axiis – A different kind of data visualization framework

Last week Tom Gonzalez wrote a blog post announcing Axiis, the open-source data visualization framework we’ve been developing. Tom goes into a good deal of depth about how the system works, so I won’t rehash all those specifics here. I just wanted to share my take on what Axiis is meant to do at a […]

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