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8 months, 3 weeks ago richardParticipant
OK, so what’s new now: The beta (5.01beta) runs! But opening an existing file gives:
zsh: segmentation fault /Applications/DataGraph.app/Contents/MacOS/DataGraph
Probably the file was auto-loaded on startup the last time I tried which caused dgraph to crash. Now that it does not automatically load, dgraph beta starts and I can do everything, except loading that file.
The file contains not too much data, some columns and function columns, maybe a dozen graphs etc… It works fine with the 5.0 stable version, but not with the beta version. So maybe some change to some function in the beta, which does not properly work anymore.in reply to: Beta crashes on start1 year ago richardParticipant
I would like to add that I also enjoy the pivot command. I typically use it to sort data and apply masks/filters to it. Then I export the flattened data and use it to make plots. Most of the time these are then scalar plots.
When I want to add new data to the dgraph file, I add a new pivot command etc. However, it would be very handy if I could duplicate a pivot such that its export (Flat Value, Flat Column, Flat Row data) is duplicated with it and as such I can plot the (pivot-sorted) new data immediately. At the moment I have a new pivot, I need to export the flattened columns again, make a new scalar plot, select the flattened columns; which is a pain when a lot of data is to be read in.in reply to: Pivot++2 years, 6 months ago richardParticipant
The reason why an iPad cannot entirely replace a Mac(book) is imho not related to the hardware but rather the software. The OS gives much less freedom and especially the ‘apps’ are almost always ‘light’ versions of their desktop counterparts. Thus, a DG ‘lite’ version which may essentially be only a viewer is already sth. great and very much in line with what is available on an iPad otherwise.
However, the iPad pro together with a click-on keyboard enables full ‘pro’ tasks and then a full DG version is the perfect software! With a click-on keyboard also the UI issue may be resolved, it could be used just the same way as the macOS version.
To conclude: I would (a) use/buy as an immediate solution a viewer/presentation app now (datagraph lite), and (b) wish for the full datagraph program on iPadOS to be used with a click-on keyboard/trackpad on the long run.
in reply to: DG on iOS / iPadOS2 years, 9 months ago richardParticipant
- This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by richard.
It works like a charm! Thank you.
Now I tried a different repository:
where the json file is nested (or more nested). The data received from the server gives an array of dictionaries and not a dictionary of arrays (as in case of ECDC data). This array of dictionaries or nested json file does not work. I guess the json object in dgraph needs an option to flatten a json table.in reply to: json