Visualizing Kentucky Derby Results
With the 2016 Kentucky Derby in the record books, we took a look at historical data to determine how much the Run for the Roses has changed over the years. Check out our visualization of nine decades of results (made in OnePager, naturally) to see which starting posts have become a whole lot less lucky. Click here for more…
Color-Blindness & Plan Communications: Ensuring Graphic Accessibility
It’s no secret that using color in visual plan communications is a great way to keep an audience engaged, but in some cases this doesn’t always hold true. Click here or on the image to the right to learn how to make your plan communications accessible and useful to all.
We’re proud to introduce the newest version of our flagship plan communications platform, OnePager 5.3. Driven by your feedback on our previous OnePager 5.3 releases, the newest version features:
- More robust integrations with Microsoft Project Server, Project Online and SharePoint
- ISO- and EU-compliant date labels
- Improved stability and application speed
Didn’t see the April Newsletter? read on!
How Your Project Is Like the
Data visualization makes it possible to glean insights and recognize patterns that would otherwise have gone unnoticed. Scientists, for instance, used it to better understand Passamaquoddy Bay’s massive tidal ranges. What does that have to do with your project? Read on to find out.
Check out this video and learn how to create a swimlane diagram in PowerPoint using OnePager Express and data from Microsoft Excel. To learn more, click here or on the image to the right.
OnePager’s Technology Receives Patent
Chronicle Graphics is proud to announce the issuance of U.S. Patent Number 9,251,487 for its conditional formatting technology in the OnePager product suite. To learn more, click here or on the image to the left