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Visualising a mix of large companies in a spatial graph (III)

Last time we checked the values again and corrected the input for PSA. E.on however, has really shrunk! The 2016 loss was extremely high and as a result the equity almost vaporised. The total assets and the revenue are much, … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of large companies in a spatial graph (II)

Picking up the subject where I left it last time, I have to convert all the numbers into the same currency. Otherwise we cannot compare the numbers in a spatial graph (nor in any other graph for that matter).  This … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of large companies in a spatial graph (I)

Before the “abuse” of  the AnRep3D generator to visualise the average, individual energy-usage in different countries, normal AnRep3D spatial graphs were shown and discussed. With “normal” I mean visualising key financial data from the annual report (or more precisely: the … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of companies in a spatial graph (III)

Before we talk about the graph, let me tell you the actual spatial graph I am talking about is available at our AnRep3D website: http://graphs.anrep3d.com/smallmix.htm  Any modern browser with WebGL enabled will show this X3DOM-based graph, which actually is just … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of companies in a spatial graph (II)

We already had a look at the revenue, profit, equity and total assets of five very different companies (the well-know Zalando, Tesla and Easyjet, the probably less-known temp agency USG-People and then the Spanish technology company Elecnor). Yet we only … Continue reading

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Visualising a mix of companies in a spatial graph (I)

In the previous post I presented a number of companies from different branches of industry, with a revenue between – roughly – 1 and 10 billion euros. Easyjet presented its annual report in GBP and Tesla in USD and a … Continue reading

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Comparing different types of companies in a spatial graph

In previous AnRep3D posts (e.g. Oil & Gas companies in spatial graphs  and Looking at the 3D-graph), a couple of companies in the same branch of industry (oil & gas, banks) were compared in spatial graphs generated by AnRep3D. This time I thought … Continue reading

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