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@preignition/multi-verse

4.2.1 • Public • Published

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<multi-verse>

Polymer elements for graphical and interactive multivariate analysis (built on top of universe) and using d3.js V5, crossfilter and reductio under the hood.

Charts are rendered using multi-chart, or multi-geo for geo charts like choropleth. They are data driven and reactive, providing instant feedback to user interaction.

Motivation

Multi-verse is inspired by dc.js, a charting library allowing highly efficient exploration on large multi-dimensional datasets.

While dc.js requires users to code some of the chart logic and data intagration in javascript, multi-verse proposes a markup-first approach. This allows to build complex dashboard simply by combining multi-verse and multi-chart web components together, as illustrated in the example below.

Multi-verse components leverages crossfilter and are responsible for data management (aggregation, sorting, grouping), while multi-charts components render processed data in customizable visulalizations.

Demo and API

Demo and API are now available on netlify.

Simple Example

 <!-- Load the data -->
 <multi-csv url="flight.csv" data="{{data}}"></multi-csv>
 
 <!-- Start a multi-verse -->
 <multi-verse id="universe" data="[[data]]" universe="{{universe}}">
 
   <!-- Group the data by distances, exposes grouped data under 'data' attribute -->
   <multi-group universe="[[universe]]" data="{{data-chart-distance}}" group-by="distances">
 
     <!-- Render this group in a bar chart-->
     <multi-verse-bar title="distance" data="[[data-chart-distance]]">
     </multi-verse-bar>
    
   </multi-group>
 
   <!-- Group the data by day-->
   <multi-group universe="[[universe]]" data="{{data-chart-day}}" group-by="day">
 
     <!-- Render this group in a pie chart-->
     <multi-verse-pie title="day (pie)" data="[[data-chart-day]]" color-scale="{{colorScale}}" width="{{width}}">
 
       <!-- Add a color scale legend to the chart -->
       <multi-legend legend chart-width="[[width]]" scale="[[colorScale]]" position="top-right">
       </multi-legend>
      
     </multi-verse-pie>
    
   </multi-group>
  
 </multi-verse>

Example of multi-verse in a interactive dashboard

Other advanced example - available from the demo

Install

npm i @preignition/multi-verse

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