Get interactive with our new Flash charts

September 17, 2009

by Jason Buberel

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Real estate market charts – a.k.a. AltosCharts – is one of the very first features we launched, nearly 4 years ago.  They are among our most widely used and popular features.  However, we figured it was time to cook up the next generation of data visualization tools – resulting in today’s release of Altos FlashCharts.

Chicago, IL – Single Family Properties – DOM vs. Price:
[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.altosresearch.com/altos/widgets/AltosChart.swf” height=”320″ width=”480″ fversion=”9″ useexpressinstall=”true” fvars=”st = IL ; c = CHICAGO ; z = a ; ts = z ; pai = 100 ; q = a ; mini = median_inventory ; sz = m ; rt = sf ; s = mean_dom:l,median_price:r ; ra = c ; ihr = false ; fc = false ; rf = xml ; u = jlb ; p = aes_enc::UqwtHAD4mywAErUk9CJMaA== ” /]

Altos subscribers will find their new Flash Charts by logging in, and selecting ‘My WebTools -> My Widets’. If you’re going to try and use our Flash Charts on a WordPress blog (like I did in the example above) you’ll need to use a plugin like Kimli’s Flash Embed Plugin. Enjoy!

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