A pie chart is a circular graph that represents data as slices of a whole. Each
slice, or “wedge”, represents a portion or percentage of the whole data set. Pie
charts can be used to show the composition of a categorical data set, where each
category’s size is proportional to its percentage of the whole. This article …
There are times when data in a bar chart has similar values for a number of the bars
and it can be difficult to see the differences. One option is to zoom in on the top
section of the bar chart. This article investigates a number of options and
identifies the best approach for this in Swift Charts.
I came across the Matthew effect recently, which struck me as very unfair so I
wondered if I could reproduce the results demonstrated. This article outlines the
Swift code for an app to test the redistribution of coins in a closed population
based on random coin tosses between agents in the population.
At WWWDC 2022, Apple introduced SwiftUI Charts, which makes it easy to create
various charts within SwiftUI views. This article demonstrates how to quickly create
a bar chart and customise the chart containing multiple sets of data.
SwiftUI Charts introduced in iOS 16, can present data in an intuitive visual format
and can be created quickly using SwiftUI Charts. This article demonstrates a couple
of ways to customise a line chart and combine with an area chart to present data.
Apple introduced SwiftUI Charts at WWWDC 2022, which makes it incredibly easy to
create charts within SwiftUI views. Charts are a great way of presenting visual data
in a rich format that is easy to understand. This article shows how to easily create
a line chart with so much less code than was previously used to …
A line chart is a graphical representation of changes in some data over time or
between categories. The chart consists of two axes; x-axis is the horizontal axis
representing the time change; and y-axis is the vertical axis representing the
magnitude of the data. This article demonstrates how to create simple line …