Charting on iOS is a topic that I’ve covered in the past, and I have mentioned several different open source libraries for displayg charts on the iOS platform.
Today I came across an interesting example with source code on how to create an interesting type of chart where you can use the size of different physics enabled balls, or a number to specify different data sizes, and the example responds to device orientation.
Overall it makes for an interesting and fun way to display data. Here’s a video showing the example source code in action:
A nice simple example of using the Chipmunk physics engine, and accelerometer to make displaying data that much more interesting.
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