1 month, 3 weeks ago dwight ingham gumbsParticipant
Hi all, I’d like to replicate something I’ve seen on a website using Datagraph if possible and wonder you can help?
So. Just so that you can see what I am after I’d like you to indulge me by following these steps;
- Navigate to https://aegps.com
- Click the “Autonomy Times” tab, (which is about halfway down the page). t will load a graphic/some kind of web interactive web content.
- Choose any of the three available options;
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4. Next move your mouse pointer over the graph.
What you see is a calculated value changing depending on the position of your pointer.
Is that something I could do with Datagraph? I don’t want it web based so it doesn’t matter if whatever solution only allows those with Datagraph installed to be able to take advantage of.
Thanks for your help.1 month, 2 weeks ago dgteamModerator
DataGraph has a click-action functionality allows you to click on a graph and update variables. Then you can base commands on the values of these variables (e.g., mask data).
It is not web-based but you could use in a presentation, for example in Presentation mode.
We mimicked the website you provided in an example that has been uploaded to File > On-line examples, “Interactive Line Plot”.
Is this is similar to what you wanted?
If so, we can make a demo video to show how we made this file.1 month, 2 weeks ago dwight ingham gumbsParticipant
Thanks DGTEam, I’m not sure but I’ll certainly check it out and report back.
Cheers.1 month, 2 weeks ago dwight ingham gumbsParticipant
Hi again, thanks for your input. That interactive graph does exactly the effect I am after. Having a bit of trouble manipulating the data to go in it but I’l play around for a while and report back if I can’t get it to work for me.
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