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Dynamic Graphics OECD Pilot development using Lynda Hawe – On behalf of Russell Penlington Dynamic Graphics OECD Pilot development using Adobe® Flex Lynda Hawe – On behalf of Russell Penlington
2 What do we mean by Dynamic Graphics… Graphics that help us to understand and digest knowledge in a simple and intelligent way. Graphics that can show moving pictures Graphics that speak clearly to all audiences Graphics that can use time-series Graphics that can show multidimensional pictures Graphics where it is possible to go further into the depths of the data. To be able to go directly behind the graph to interrogate the information in more detail, if so required.
3 Why we are interested in Dynamic Graphics To clearly disseminate statistical data as knowledge But…. It should be easy to plug into OECD.Stat –SDMX-ML should be clearly presentable on the web –Flash & Flex should be usable also for publications –Àpollo and PDF
4 Why Adobe® Flex was our choice… A seminar was help in Rome this year, to scan the market regarding currently available products which use dynamic graphics. Rome Seminar http://www.oecd.org/oecdworldforum/graphicshttp://www.oecd.org/oecdworldforum/graphics Agenda: http://www.oecd.org/document/26/0,2340,en_21571361_3193 8349_38241306_1_1_1_1,00.html http://www.oecd.org/document/26/0,2340,en_21571361_3193 8349_38241306_1_1_1_1,00.html After evaluation of the products available during this seminar, the OECD decided to pilot the use of Flex2 to display statistical data graphically online. This development will be based on SDMX-ML Adobe® will collaborative with the OECD for this pilot development.
5 What is Adobe® Flex ? Flex, the most complete application development solution for creating and delivering rich Internet applications within the enterprise and across the web. Flex, has a rapid application development (RAD) environment which generates rich flash content for displaying graphical content online.
6 Example of Adobe® Flex web sites Michael Chaizes Adobe® Flex PPT Rome http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/14/57/38240827.pdf http://examples.adobe.com/flex2/inproduct/sdk/dash board/dashboard.html http://examples.adobe.com/flex2/inproduct/sdk/dash board/dashboard.html Examples of charts and source codes http://examples.adobe.com/flex2/inproduct/sdk/expl orer/explorer.html http://examples.adobe.com/flex2/inproduct/sdk/expl orer/explorer.html
7 More chart examples of Adobe® Flex development possibilities QuietlyScheming http://www.quietlyscheming.com/blog/charts/ http://demo.quietlyscheming.com/drillDown/app.html http://demo.quietlyscheming.com/ChartSampler/app. html http://demo.quietlyscheming.com/ChartSampler/app. html
8 Where we are at right now.. SDMX-ML files - tests from OECD Factbook 2007 Live demo of files- in XML format OECD Factbook 2007 - (Menu) tree-view from SDMX Live demo files in SDMX-ML SDMX-ML files - - example test Graphs Live demo of Graphs from the Pilot
9 At the OECD 2 nd Word Forum – Measuring and fostering the Progress of Societies, in Istanbul 27-30 June 2007. www.oecd.org/oecdworldforum When will we show the final pilot….
10 For more information Contact us Lynda Hawe email@example.com Russell Penlington firstname.lastname@example.org