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The only difference between the two forms are the percentage and the dollar sign. So you change it dynamically. I suppose you can only show the amount if you have the dollar values, but can show the percentage either way. Here's a mockup of my idea: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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Of the two approaches you have mentioned, Color Mix looks cleaner. But, the real problem occurs when there are more than one overlapping image/text at any single/consecutive frames. One other option will be to create separate lanes for each of the object and mark their position & duration in the timeline, and also assign different color for each of the ...


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I really hope someone will come up with some creative solution; but I'm afraid my verdict is that it cannot be done, and whatever solution will be taken, it will not provide an optimal solution. Having substantial with both video and audio editing software, this is a common problem - multiple regions on the same lane that overlap. Although you didn't say ...


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Text Obviously you can represent the values of multiple variables with text beside the marker. For example, on general aviation sectional maps, airport markers include text for the name, location identifier, control tower frequency, ATIS frequency, Unicom frequency, elevation, and runway length, among other information. For an electronic map, some or all ...


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Bar Graphs would work here. You can signify overages by having a column specific for over budget calculations. I found http://baansconsulting.com/?p=1471 to be a good representation how to depict over budget items while displaying what the budget was initially. Additional chart variations that can be done in excel can be found here - ...


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A map marker can show multiple types of information, as Google Maps does it: But your requirement seems to be that you want to visually make it clear which map markers actually carry multiple types of information. For this, you could use a colour scheme depicting a particular colour for 1, 2, 3 or more types of info. Also note that tooltips are usually ...


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In my very limited experience , I would second the other answer, and given more rep, upvote it if I could. However, if I have understood what you are asking correctly a relevant vizualisation tool may be this force directed network graph I'm afraid I can't say that I have a huge amount of experience using it (my coding is not yet good enough), it may allow ...



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