Heat Map

Overview

A heatmap is a graphical representation of data that uses a system of color-coding to represent different values.

Heatmap representing different properties of certain cars

Steps to follow

  1. Create a workflow with a Result Table processor or a Filterable Result Table (FRT)
  2. Create a new report for the workflow
  3. In the report add a new container by clicking "Add Report Container" or by double-clicking in the empty canvas.
  4. Select a processor with the data that should be visualized
  5. Switch to edit mode
  6. Open the chart menu and change the type Heat Map
  7. Set the mandatory fields (x-Axis and y-Axis)


Check the Full Demo under Attachements


Configuration


1. Data Manipulation

    Filter shown data. It's possible to add a filter for each column.


2. x-Axis

    Choose the x-Axis


3. y-Axis

    Choose the y-Axis columns (at least two)


4. Values

    Select additional columns after selecting only one column in the y-axis


5. Description

    Additional information can be selected out of the given columns to be shown in the tooltip of the heatmap entries


6. Axis Format

    Format the x-Axis and the y-Axis values (can also be set to invisible)


7. Axis Labels

    Set and format the group axis and the value column axis labels


8. Colors

    Change the colors for the different values in the heatmap (min, avg and max)


9. Format Data

    Used to alter one or multiple columns without changing the corresponding data. Add new Format Groups, select the format and add the target columns.


10. General Chart Container Settings

    Change the background color and and choose whether to display the container title.




















Network Map

Overview

Allows to display source-target pairs and the connections between them on the map.

Requires source and target latitudes and longitudes (the supported type for coordinates is double), unique identifiers for sources and targets, and a marker labels.

Dataset example

Corresponding network map (blue shapes refer to target locations)


Steps to follow

  1. Create a workflow with a Result Table processor or a Filterable Result Table (Must be suitable for Network Map Visualizer)
  2. Create a new report for the workflow
  3. In the report add a new container by clicking "Add Report Container" or by double-clicking in the empty canvas.
  4. Select a processor with the data that should be visualized
  5. Switch to edit mode
  6. Open the chart menu and change the type Network Map
  7. Set the mandatory fields:
    • General (Row IDs)
    • Source Locations
    • Target Locations
    • Group-by Column for Targets


Check the Full Demo under Attachements


Configuration

1. Data Manipulation

    Filter shown data. It's possible to add a filter for each column.


2. General

    Select the row identifier. Must be unique for each connection in the dataset.


3. Source Locations

    Select the rows for source longitude and latitude coordinates for source locations (double as value type). Also select the unique source identifier and the marker label columns.


4. Target Locations

    Select the rows for source longitude and latitude coordinates for target locations (double as value type). Also select the unique source identifier and the marker label columns.


5. Group-by Column for Targets

    Select the category column to group the target locations.


6. Target Images

    Apply different images to connection targets by adding rules.


7. General Chart Container Settings

    Change the background color and and choose whether to display the container title.



































Visualization Map

Overview

The Visualization Map consumes a GeoJSON Processor result as input and allows to display geometric objects on the map. 

GeoJSON supports the following geometry types: Point, LineString, Polygon, MultiPoint, MultiLineString, and MultiPolygon.

Visualization map showing data points

Visualization map showing a polygon (Bermuda Triangle)


Steps to follow

  1. Create a workflow with a GeoJSON processor
  2. Create a new report for the workflow
  3. In the report add a new container by clicking "Add Report Container" or by double-clicking in the empty canvas.
  4. Select a processor with the data that should be visualized
  5. Switch to edit mode
  6. Open the chart menu and change the type Visualization Map
  7. Set the mandatory fields (Usually set by default within the processor configuration)


Check the Full Demo under Attachements


Configuration


1. Data Manipulation

    Filter shown data. It's possible to add a filter for each column.


2. Geo Data Points

    Edit Data Points display settings (Color range, Opacity, Radius, etc.)


3. Geo Data Polygons

    Edit Data Points display settings (Color range, Line opacity, Line thickness, etc.)


4. Geo Data Lines

    Edit Data Points display settings (Color range, Line opacity, Line Thickness, etc.)


5. Geo Data Multi Polygons

    Edit Data Points display settings (Color range, etc.)


6. General

    Edit Element Highlight Color


6. Action Generator

    Add new action generators


6. Action Handler

    Define new action handlers


7. General Chart Container Settings

    Change the background color and and choose whether to display the container title.