2 years, 9 months ago sanpingParticipant
I think the online example files are very good, but I suggest that we should control the quality and quantity of updated graphs. For example, I don’t understand why upload this example file. Because it is very easy to do. In my opinion, DataGraph is very concise and efficient, I very like it. I suggest not to update for the sake of updating, which results in a lot of files, and we cannot find representative files.2 years, 9 months ago dgteamModerator
Thanks for the feedback!
As the examples continue to grow, we have been thinking about how to handle the large number of files that may happen overtime.
Most of the files we post are examples that we have created for users, based on questions that have been asked. (This is one such file as the user had different y-axes but a common x-axis. This was best achieved by using split y-axes on two graphs and then combining them in the final one, which is shown. They also had a company logo to add, which is trivial to do in DataGraph, but something that users may not realize.)
Anyway, your point is a good one that not all files are useful to all users.
What do you think would be helpful for you?
One idea we have had is to have filter buttons that would have a “Basic Graphing” section for example. Then you could view everything in that category, or remove everything in that category. There could also be categories that are disciple related (e.g., Biology, Chemistry, Statistics).
Would you prefer making your own “Favorites” list?
If other users have any feedback on the examples — share your thoughts as well!2 years, 9 months ago sanpingParticipant
Thank you for your reply, I think category is a very good way, here only to provide personal ideas: category according to the type of graph? Such as scatter chart, bar chart, line chart, pie chart, dynamic chart, composite chart, etc. I think “Basic Graphing” section is a good idea. Everyone can classify, delete or add example files according to their own preferences.
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