Trellis Widget

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    Assaf Fraindlich

    Wow, that is a powerful visualization yet so simple! Thank you.

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    Eric Pouliot

    Hi Takashi! Quite pleased to see this plugin! Thanks!

    Would you consider also adding the line chart to the options? 

    Thanks again!

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    David Hertzberg

    Really cool !

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    Eric Pouliot

    Hey Takashi,

     

    This visualization is really great. Do you plan releasing more updates to it?

    Couple feedback items:

    • Can you add line chart as an option?
    • Can you support palettes for the charts? For example, all slices in a pie chart have the same 1 color. You can create a color range but not the same control as palettes.
    • Indicator formatting is uneven. See screen below.
    • Can you add scrolling to visualization? If the number of charts exceed the allotted space, I can't scroll to see the rest of the charts. See example below.

    Thanks!

     

    Indicators:

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    Takashi Binns

    Hi Eric,

    I've added lines as a new chart type, and fixed some of the issues you mentioned above.  The only one not addressed was adding a color palette option to this widget.  This would be a cool option, but its a pretty involved feature request.  We'll keep it in mind for future releases.

    thanks,

    -Takashi

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    Eric Pouliot

    Hey Takashi, this is a much nicer iteration, thanks for putting some love into this visualization. Fingers crossed it continues to receive attention :)

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    David Hertzberg

    Hi, great plugin !

    But it looks like it is incompatible with JAQLine plugin : when JAQLIne is activated, the treillis widget does not appear in the drop down list when creating a widget. It is back when I deactivate the JAQLine. Any chance they could work together ?

    Best,

    David.

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    Robert Choquette

    This is a great plugin!  Thanks for doing this.  One request. Could you please add a 20:5 aspect ratio to the list of options to allow for shorter graphs (ie when you have a larger number of "spilt by" data points.

    I made this change locally and it looks great.

    Cheers,

    Robert

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    David Hertzberg

    Regarding compatibility with JAQLine : my mistake ... I was not using latest version of JAQLine widget ...

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    Matthew Tarricone

    Do we know if this is working in 7.0? Tak? 

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    Robert Choquette

    I am using this on 7.1.1 and it works well.  There is a small issue where the number formatting isn't respected.  Maybe someone could take a look at resolving that.

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    Jeremy Naiden

    Great plugin!  Unfortunately on Sisense v 7.1, after I add a "Split By" field, I am no longer able to click "Apply" .  I've tested on Mac and PC with ad blocking software enabled and disabled.  Not sure if this affects other versions but any ideas for a fix are appreciated!

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    Robert Choquette

    Circling back around, I worked around the number formatting issue by using a round() function in a formula on the data.

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    Jeremy Naiden

    Is anyone else having issues exporting to pdf/printing the trellis chart?  Regardless of what browser or OS I try, I can't seem to get it to print/export.

     

    Thanks!

    Jeremy

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    Admin

    Would it be possible to make it visible in pdfs? :) in 7.1 seems to be invisible :) Thanks!

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    Artem Yevtushenko

    You can center the widgets in the widget rectangle by using this script:

    widget.on('domready', function(a,b){ 
    $('.trellis').css('margin-left','20px').css('display','inline-block').css('float','none');
    $('.d3-trellis').css('text-align', 'center').css('margin-bottom', '0');
    });
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