kandi X-RAY | charted Summary
kandi X-RAY | charted Summary
Charted is a tool for automatically visualizing data, originally created by the Product Science team at Medium. Provide the link to a data file and Charted returns a beautiful, interactive, and shareable chart of the data. The charts look like this:.
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I have a weird problem that google's not being too kind on results (mostly basic things on how to create a line chart, or combination charts, neither of which I'm after).
I'm trying to automate a report we do each month, I've managed pretty well so far by having a linked excel chart and objects, I have a single sheet in excel I paste my formatted data (set format is consistent each month) then excel picks out the data, creates the charts and when opening powerpoint it reads it all in from there.
Great! Until I was given a new piece of information, there's monthly data and a yearly tally in my data, monthly data is shown with a particular "weighting" applied, year with a different one and it's this that's caused a problem.
The package that's exporting the data can't show these figures contiguously, so we have an export with all the monthly weights, then with annual weights.
So say originally we were looking at C83 to O83 for our data for this year, we're now looking at C83 to N83 and O1364.
I've tried to look at how I would add this to the chart, which currently has the reference:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 02:05
Ah, so apparently I could've had non-contiguous data with a comma, not a plus or ampersand, so the chart data would be:
I am just trying to up my understanding of plotting Pandas Series data using Booleans to mask out values I don't want. I am not sure that what I have is the correct or efficient way to do it.
Don't get me wrong, I do get the chart I am after but are my assumptions on the syntax correct?
All I want to do is plot the non zero values on my chart. I have not formatted the charts as I would normally as this was just a test of Booleans and masking data and not for creating report grade charts.
If I masked this as a Pandas DataFrame I would do the following if df1 were my DataFrame. I understand this and it makes sense that the df1[mask] returns my values as required...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 02:40
Your understanding of booleans and masking is correct.
You can simplify your syntax a little though: if you take a look at the plotly.express.bar documentation, you'll see that the arguments
'y' are optional. You don't need to pass
'y' because by default plotly.express will create the bars using the index of the Series as x and the values of the Series as y. You can also pass the masked series in place of the entire series.
For example, this will produce the same bar chart:
I'm creating an interface where a user can click on buttons that have the names of CSVs in order to see the combined data they select charted.
I've set it up so that each button click adds the name of a CSV to an array (called chosenData). Then I'm using a for loop to cycle through the chosenData array, grab the data from github, and push all of the data into another array called allData.
However, the data doesn't combine correctly. I've been pulling my hair out over this problem for hours and haven't been able to resolve it, so any help would be greatly appreciated!
Code below. Here's also a jsfiddle...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-30 at 22:29
The issue is probably that the fetches are async. You start them in the for loop, but you don't wait for them before you do the flattening and call
You could push the promises returned by
axios.get in the loop to ann array, then after the loop use
Promise.all to wait for all of them before you merge.
I'm looking to create a drilldown using the CChartBar available in the CoreUI documentation here: https://coreui.io/react/docs/3.3/components/CCharts/
I need to be able to get the month from the bar that is clicked, and when the bar is clicked, it needs to take the user to another page. How do I get the information? How to I make each bar clickable to send the user to the table page?
Currently here is the html...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-24 at 17:42
You can use the
onClick function for this:
I want to write a value to a text file with a timestamp. The data/value gets updated every few minutes, but I only want to record the last value and its date. The next day I want to start again with a new line but keeping the previous value. The output will then be charted showing daily values.
I can do this with an if, then, else loop, but I imagine there's a more elegant awk, sed, 'something' solution.
This will be run by a cron job.
Day 1. Every 5 minutes insert a row with $date, $value
During the same day keep updating that row
Day 2. Insert a new row and repeat
Day 1 10am...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 22:36
Use two different cronjob entries. One that runs at the start of each day that adds a new row to the file with
ed or whatever:
I am working with data that looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-10 at 01:14
Assuming I've understood your situation correctly, this could be a solution:
I am working on a charting module where I can pass on dataframe and the module will create reports based on plots generated by calling few functions as mentioned below.
I am using Altair for plotting and "Datapane" for creating the report, the documentation of the same can be found here : https://datapane.github.io/datapane/
My DataFrame looks like this...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 10:21
I had a similar problem and solved it as follows
- create a list to store the pages or elements of the report, such as
- At the end just generate the report with a pointer to the list
In your case, I think you can do the following
- create a list
- add the rows to the list
- and then create the report with
- r= dp.Report(*rows)
I found this solution on datapane's github https://github.com/datapane/gallery and then in the notebook https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/khuyentran1401/Machine_Learning/ce7fae1c5d9fab8eefcd624674c10afaa1704bbd?filepath=machine_learning%2FSVM_Decision_Boundary%2FDecision_Boundary_SVM.ipynb in the last line of code.
I hope to have helped.
I'd like to be able to modify the underlying data being charted. For example, I have:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-13 at 18:12
You can use transform filter with the selector value:
I'm making a web-app, but have a problem replacing my current-weather-icon class in the right moment. As is, classes are assign without clearing, and it just doesn't work.
I fetch a JSON response and insert the first (correct) class by...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-18 at 18:56
So, I just added a simple function
I have a subplot charted which has the categories that need to be displayed in a specific order. I'm working on the visual using PowerBI Python Script, so it looks like I'm unable to sort the dataframe as PowerBI does it automatically. In my dataset I have fruit_category, rnk, quantity_sold, forecast, goal, and stock quantity. The dataset should be ranked by rnk as it specifies the sort order for the fruit_category. However, I tried doing...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 15:48
You are sorting the dataset after assigning the values, do it before.
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