Tag Archives: Javascript

Intermezzo: Is AnRep3D data visualisation?

Some readers will respond immediately that this is a stupid question, because a 3D-graph generator is clearly visualising data. Yet it’s a bit more complicated, because the definition of “data-visualisation” has been narrowed down during the last decades. It is … Continue reading

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Quo Vademus III

Suddenly I thought of a third option: apart from moving forward in technology and switching market focus, it is also possible to go back in time. Time – photo by Gerd Altmann on Pixabay Of course it’s not done to … Continue reading

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Quo vademus

Quo vademus – where are we going? That’s the question for AnRep3D right now. It was already shared on Twitter, but the message won’t have reached the full audience of this blog. A lot of readers reading this are coming … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it.

The holiday-season is comming to an end and people will be online again more frequently now. Time for a new blog-post, but no 3D-graph in this one yet! With the previous series (data is the new oil) being complete, a … Continue reading

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Great news – an AnRep3D-licence will be free from now on!

A short, but very important update. No 3D-graph this time (although new posts will come in soon), but only a message. For a couple of years we have been offering the 3D-graph generator. It hasn’t been easy to inform as … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil X – Oil again…

It will be a short update this time. After a couple of tech-related companies we are back at the oil. A “small” oil major this time as Chevron has a revenue of “only” 159 billion in 2018. It’s not little … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil IX – Samsung. Boring? Not quite!

The next company in our series is a bit of a combination between the old economy and the new tech era. Samsung is a South-Korean chaebol, nowadays well-known for its mobile phones and other consumer-electronics. Yet all these devices are … Continue reading

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Data is the new oil VII – Finally a tech-giant: Apple!

It took a while, but now the first of the tech giants took turns and the graph is extended with Apple. Hearing what is told about Apple – how rich it is and the incredible amount of cash being piled … Continue reading

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Sell in May and go away: Airbus update Q2

On comparing Boeing and Airbus the last time, we still didn’t have the Airbus numbers for Q2 2019. Of course this was as interesting as the earlier periods, because of the 737Max ban, affecting Boeing heavily. The question was whether … Continue reading

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