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Finance, energy and climate – why choose?

“Remember to be back in September”, I quoted the old wisdom of the stock exchange and indeed we are back with a new post. It wasn’t all holiday as we worked on our website (to be updated) and thought about … Continue reading

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Energy-consumption in four large European countries

Normally these posts start with an intro on the subject and at the end I provide some information about our product and company. This time I will do it the other way round: For information about the generator of 3D-graphs, … Continue reading

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Alternative usage of the AnRep3D-generator – Part II

Last week I did not finish the story, to prevent an overload of information. However, both graphs were available (by clicking the different screenshots), so it was possible to investigate them oneself. Now it is time for some guidance for … Continue reading

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Alternative usage of the AnRep3D-generator

A couple of months ago, I demonstrated the visualisation of the energy-mix of different countries and called it “abuse of AnRep3D”. Of course this wasn’t meant seriously, as every set of data can be visualised using AnRep3D. The name is … Continue reading

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Abusing the AnRep3D-generator: visualising energy-sources (III)

My oldest son looked at the graphs and thought it was unfair to combine coal, oil and natural gas + non-fossil in three directions as the volume would suggest a total. Used for the original purpose (visualisation of four different … Continue reading

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