kandi X-RAY | nvd3 Summary
kandi X-RAY | nvd3 Summary
Inspired by the work of Mike Bostock's Towards Reusable Charts, and supported by a combined effort of Novus and the NVD3 community.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Updates interactive layer .
- layer implementation for ScrollingLine
- Process the average data .
- Handler for mouse events .
- Compute the node depth
- Calculates the statistics for the graph .
- prepare cell data
- Compute normal data .
- Zooms to an element
- Highlight the point
nvd3 Key Features
nvd3 Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on nvd3
I am using Airflow 2.0 and have installed the slack module through requirements.txt in MWAA. I have installed all the below packages, but still, it says package not found...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-10 at 04:33
By default, MWAA is constrained to using version
3.0.0 for the package
apache-airflow-providers-slack. If you specify version
requirements.txt, it will not be installed (error logs should be available in CloudWatch). You'll have to downgrade to version
Add constraints file to the top of
requirements.txt to use version
Add the constraints file for your Apache Airflow v2 environment to the top of your requirements.txt file.
Here is a
nvd3.js horizontal multibar chart. The x-axis has no ticks (between 0 and 44.6). How can I get some x-axis ticks?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-30 at 11:23
.ticks(x) to your
chart.yAxis function, being x the number of ticks you wish.
For current sample provided, supposing you wish to add 10 ticks, you could use:
Is it possible to have a legend for the "key" variable in a nvd3 multibarchart?
The keys appear at the top right corner, "In progress" and "Complete" in the example below.
I mean I'd like to add a title, say "Status", to these two items. Something like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-14 at 23:40
addGraph function we could append text to the left of the legend:
I have Airflow deployed in virtual env and in case I try to execute PythonVirtualenvOperator with import of the Airflow module (to get Variables for example) it gives me the AttributeError. Guess I do not fully understand how Airflow executes VirtualenvOperator, and therefore what to do to overcome it, so any suggestions and insights will be highly appreciated
My test DAG code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 16:29
It seems that you are confusing the use-cases for PythonVirtualenvOperator and PythonOperator.
If you simply want to run a Python callable in a task (
callable_virtualenv() in your case) you can use PythonOperator. In this case, it does not matter if you installed Airflow in a virtual environment, system wide, or using Docker.
What happens in your code is the following:
PythonVirtualenvOperator creates another virtual environment (which is completely unrelated to the one in which you run Airflow), installs Airflow into it, and tries to import
Variable. But this another Airflow installation is not configured and that is why you get those exceptions. You could set the
AIRFLOW_HOME environment variable for this second Airflow installation to the same directory as used by the first Airflow installation, and this should actually work, but it looks like an overkill to me.
So, what you can do is install
colorama into the same environment in which you installed Airflow and replace
print() inside the callable would be redirected into a log file and not printed to terminal, so it probably does not make much sense to use
colorama with them.
I'm trying to find some help installing apache-airflow.
I am on MacOS 10.15.7, Python version 3.8.2, and I keep getting an error:
ERROR: Could not build wheels for setproctitle which use PEP 517 and cannot be installed directly
I have tried using earlier versions of pip and python to no avail.
Does anyone know what I can do in this situation? I have looked at all the stack overflow questions that popped up with these search terms but none have presented a solution that worked for me so far.
Any help would be much appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-04 at 00:26
I am on MacOS 10.15.7 Python version 3.8.2
I'm guessing you used the Python 3 bundled/pre-installed with macOS Catalina.
Here what we have in browser's debug:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-06 at 08:44
Some Angular errors can really be difficult to debug especially when they don't appear in dev builds.
Each time I faced such situation I actually rolled back my changes until I found the culprit commit.
If you're doing it after lot of changes, you can use a script with
git bisect to identify the faulty lines assuming your commits are small of course.
Ideally, to avoid this "archaeological" search, you should put in place automatic continuous integration from beginning of your project, this way you are sure that deeper checkings from production builds will catch errors earlier.
I'm trying to get a dialog to popup when a button is clicked but nothing is happening. Here is the html:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-29 at 03:36
This Thing is Super Easy with Bootstrap Model Check the Link Above You can Definitely Get Solution from There
I need to add more attributes in tooltip series in Angular NVD3 line chart, if possible, without modifying the NVD3 source code. I know there are similar posts, but none of them covers this scenario.
Here is my tooltip section in options:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-29 at 08:50
I came up with a solution and wanted to share it, in case someone else comes across the same task. I ended up accessing some of the parameters from d through the default route - function(d), while some of the custom ones - directly from $scope.data.
Important: using the d.index, which indicates the place of the data point in the list is critical hear. This makes sure that for any given index the parameters pulled from the function(d) and those of pulled directly, belong to the same data point (see the code below).
I have this react app I want to dockerize. But the problem is, even though I tried, it doesn't work. But it works pretty well locally
This is how the current directories look like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-18 at 09:09
Firstly, make sure you are copying the same package-lock.json file that you use to install deps locally, to make sure you have the same dependency tree in your container as you do locally.
COPY package.json package-lock.json /app/
Then, make sure that you are matching the same node/npm version as you run locally (replace 12 with the major version you are running, be it 10, 12, 14 or whatever):
Each node version is bundled with a specific npm version (latest 12 version comes with npm 6.14.6), you can find the bundled NPM version int he changelogs, https://github.com/nodejs/node/tree/master/doc/changelogs
Additionally, instead of running
npm install, you might wanna run
npm ci in the container. The latter skips any checks for discrepancy between the lock file and your package.json file and just installs the locked dependency tree, which is not only faster, but will also match your local dep tree exactly.
In addition, this line:
COPY . /app
Would also overwrite node_modules unless you have ignored it via .dockerignore or similar.
Easiest would probably be to add a
.dockerignore file to the same folder as your Dockerfile and add lines stating:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-24 at 08:59
Please try using
chart.interactiveLayer.tooltip.contentGenerator. Testing your code with this line, I was able to watch values inside data variable, as you can see below:
From here you could construct or edit your custom tooltip as you wish. Let me know if it works for you.
[EDIT - SUGGESTION TO INCLUDE EVENT BEHAVIOR]
Looking inside NVD3, I realized that the tooltip's contentGenerator contains all specific code to add events behavior for tooltip. If you take a look at the original tooltip, it uses a class called highlight to mark focused color, but the custom tooltip has not implemented this events and does not highlith focused color.
I know it's a step back, once you have made you own code for thisd custom tooltip, but seems that the only way to achieve this is to rebuild your code to inlcude event behavior. Maybe starting from the orginal code that NVD3 includes to create tooltip usign contetGenerator will help (thats the way I would take, but it's up to you if you prefer to implement this on your current code).
If you want to take a look at this code, please find tooltip.js for your NVD3 version or visit this GitHub link
On this file, if you check at line 83, of just searching for "highlight" on the file, you can see the way event enter() is implemented for all tr elements inside table body, adding the classname highlight.
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