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Research and analysis firm, IDC predicts that the total global volume of created and replicated data in 2020 may be about 35 zettabyte (1.8 trillion gigabytes) — about 18 times more than what was produced (established) in 2006. Even as data is rising to these gargantuan levels, it is shocking to know that just one to five percent gains are made from data-driven decision making. Here is an example that shows how small figures translate to gain in an industry. According to a recent article in the New York Times, a difference of one percentage in fuel efficiency would mean a savings of around three billion dollars in the airline industry.

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If you are a web developer and looking for the best way to depict your project data on your website, the simplest way to implement it is using JavaScript. Those experienced in JavaScript will sure agree with me that some of its libraries can achieve wonderful results.

 

In this post, I am going to explain a simple JavaScript library that can help you create charts and diagrams to make your website more interactive.

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Imagine a case where you have 10000 random points in a two-dimensional space, and you need to write a program that detects points in a given rectangular area.

 

Let’s visualize this for a better understanding of the problem.

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With the recent arrival of various search servers and analytics engines, the process to store, search and analyze huge volumes of data in real time has become easier. Elasticsearch is one such search and analytics engine. It is a highly scalable, open-source full-text search and analytics engine suitable for applications that require complex search features. (more…)

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