Tag Archives: X3DOM

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 II

Quo vademus – where are we going? Previously I discussed the option to change the application and use other technologies than the current Java-jar with X3DOM for the 3D visualisation. It is a valid option in general, but because I … 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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Non-financial use of AnRep3D: a healthcare example

In the final post on Amazon, Alphabet and Apple I already talked about the alternative use of AnRep3D. Although designed as a tool for the visualisation of data from Annual Reports (hence the name AnRep3D), the use it not limited … Continue reading

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A very technical post

Why a technical post? Well, to be honest because I realised how much we depend on a cloud-service. Let me explain how this happened and then provide a solution. In the past, the AnRep3D-generator created graphs in the independent language … Continue reading

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David and Goliath: Royal Dutch Shell taking over BG-group

To be honest, I was a little bit disappointed when I saw the 3D-graph I generated for Royal Dutch Shell and BG-group. As discussed in the previous post, this acquisition was completed and the 2016 Annual Report presented the consolidated … Continue reading

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Mergers and Acquisitions: Royal Dutch Shell and BG-group

A couple of weeks without a post to this blog: I think I have to explain something. Apart for a storm hitting Almere and causing some damage, I also had to spend my time on something else. Some of you … Continue reading

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Why we had to drop the stereo-view for AnRep3D

After all the examples given, showing the usage of the AnRep3D generator, it’s time for some retrospective. It will be bit of a technical discussion, so if you don’t like it, just skip this post as the subject is a … Continue reading

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