What is AnRep3D?

AnRep3D is the abbreviation of "Annual Reports presented in a 3D graph". Reading a single annual report, it is easy to understand a couple of relevant values from the balance-sheet, profit & loss report or cash-flow status like total assets, total liabilities and equity, revenue, profit, gross margin and cash-flow. However, comparing several companies over a range of years at once is complex.

That's where 3D visualisation comes in and helps to analyse complex patterns in a visual way. The human eye and its related parts of the brain are a very powerful analytical instrument! As a matter of fact AnRep3D offers what is called "visual mining".

Basically we offer a generator able to convert a series of financial numbers (available in Annual Reports) into a 3D-graph. This graph is completely different from the ordinary bar-graph with some depth added, as offered by spreadsheets. The graph itself is just an html5-file (a "web-page") which can be viewed in a normal web-browser.

Below two clickable images are shown, leading to different examples of 3D-graphs created with the AnRep3D-generator.

The 3D-graphs will open in your web-browser. for manipulation of the 3D-image see instructions below the screenshots.

Oil & Gas companies

Click at image to open the real 3D graph in a browser.

To manipulate real 3D graph: zoom = click right button and move mouse, rotate = click left, hold button and move mouse, translate = double-click in graph. Restore the original position by using the browser's refresh-button.


There is also a video of a 3D-graph available, if you prefer.

FAANG

Below is a short youtube-video, visualising financial information (Revenue, Profit, Equity, Total Assets and Total Liabilities) of the FAANG companies (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google/Alphabet).

Companies in different industries

Click at an image to open the real 3D graph in a browser.

To manipulate real 3D graph: zoom = click right button and move mouse, rotate = click left, hold button and move mouse, translate = double-click in graph. Restore the original position by using the browser's refresh-button.refresh-button

Automotive

Automotive