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A Tour Through the Visualization Zoo Jeffrey Heer, Michael Bostock, and Vadim Ogievetsky Stanford University Introduction Thanks to advances in sensing, networking, and data management, our society is producing digital information at an astonishing rate. According to one estimate, in 2010 alone we will generate 1,200 exabytes — 60 million times the Library of Congress. Within this deluge of data lies a wealth of valuable information on how we conduct our businesses, governments, and personal lives.
November 30, 2013Tracing the History of N.C.A.A. Conferences November 5, 2013Let’s Make a Bar Chart, Parts 1-3 October 27, 2013A Game of Shark and Minnow October 14, 2013The Russia Left Behind
Strip lines, or strips, are horizontal or vertical ranges that shade the background of the chart in regular or custom intervals. You can use strip lines to: Improve readability for looking up individual values on the chart. Specify strip lines at regular intervals to help separate data points when reading the chart. Highlight dates that occur at regular intervals. For example, in a sales report you might use strip lines to identify weekend data points. Highlight Chart Data by Adding Strip Lines (Report Builder and SSRS)
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How do you connect Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Wireles Here’s my situation I’m running Windows 2008 R2 in Virtual Box and it won’t connect to the internet. I'm using a wireless connection, and all my other systems work just fine. I have searched google and found one solution, which is adding a wireless LAN feature. Even after adding a wireless LAN feature to Windows server 2008 R2, it still can’t see my NIC.
Regex Tutorial - Lookahead and Lookbehind Zero-Length Assertions Lookahead and lookbehind, collectively called "lookaround", are zero-length assertions just like the start and end of line, and start and end of word anchors explained earlier in this tutorial. The difference is that lookaround actually matches characters, but then gives up the match, returning only the result: match or no match. That is why they are called "assertions". They do not consume characters in the string, but only assert whether a match is possible or not.
This brief introduction will help you start scripting your own macros and hotkeys right away. Tutorial Contents