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This page is running version: v2.0.0-dev. The lastest stable version is 1.6.0.
Take a look at the annotated source to the Nasdaq Example that is shown below.
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Fork me @ https://github.com/NickQiZhu/dc.js and also feel free to report any issue or request a new type of chart to be included in the next release.
The following charts provide a live example of dc.js used against Nasdaq 100 index for the last 27 years. (You can run this example completely off-line). Although it is just an example, using it you can already ask some quite interesting questions. If I am going to gamble whether Nasdaq 100 will gain or lose tomorrow what is my chance? Is Friday or Monday the most unlucky day for investors? Is spring better than winter to invest? Can you find the outliers? When did the outliers occur? Public data source: PiTrading.com.
Try it out or checkout other examples.
- US Venture Capital Landscape 2011 (choropleth chart, bubble chart)
- Major Canadian City Crime Stats 1998-2011 (bubble overlay, bar chart, line chart)
- List of Community Contributed Examples
- Simple, Specific Chart Examples
Nasdaq 100 Index 1985/11/01-2012/06/29
select a time range to zoom in