Latest developments on our data communication solution.
Data library charts can now be edited directly after they have been placed in stories.
Data library charts now support showing multiple dimensions—such as different races, or different age groups, or different income levels—on a single chart.
Data library charts now support error bars (when error data is available).
The data library has been reorganized: indicator names are now more natural, and dimensions are properly structured. All of the old data and metadata is still present, and existing stories will work as-is with no changes.
Added a new chart type for the data library: full-featured table.
Added a new chart type for the data library: grouped bar chart.
American Community Survey (ACS) data is now current through 2016.
ACS data now has full geographical resolution—down to census tract.
ACS data now includes 1-year estimates along with 5-year estimates.
Rate measures should not allow choice of donut chart.
Opioid chart titles should not have extraneous words.
Selecting responses on BRFSS indicators that have more complex options than yes/no should work as expected.
Map legend should be easier to read.
Control over chart axis labels should be part of the chart, not part of sharing.
Charts in stories should grow vertically to fill allotted space.
Chart y-axis should gave unit labels.
Indicator metadata should inform choice of chart types.
Map timeline should not overlap legend on mobile.
When the x-axis of a line chart is a date, you should be able to chart multiple lines.
Animation speed should be faster.
“Add chart to story” is highlighted on the UI as the primary workflow.
If you choose a combination of dimensions and location that have no observations, you will see a message that informs you that there is no data for that combination.
Downloaded library csv files should not use internal LiveStories encodings.
Barbell, heat, and bubble charts should be able to show benchmarks.
Line charts using county data should be able to benchmark against the U.S. value.
Number formatting should be consistent across chart types.
Highlight should highlight the label and the bar, not just the bar.
Initial map view should zoom to show all compared cities.
Map legend color choices and viewed data should match.
Bar charts should support highlighting multiple bars.