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Create graph insight

UI · interface

Create a new insight from the Graph section.

Usage

The following are the step's expected inputs and outputs and their specific types.

create_graph_insight({"param": value})

where the object {"param": value} is optional in most cases and if present may contain any of the parameters described in the corresponding section below.

Parameters


title: string

Title of the insight.


replayDisabled: string | boolean = False

Indicates if the insight can replay its original state or not.

Must be one of: "drillDown", "directSelectionInGraph", "nonPersistedColumn", True, False


colorColumn: string | null

Column used to color the UI.


relative: boolean

Sets the visualization type to absolute or relative.


selection: string

A filter query. See Advanced query filters for more information.


categoricalColumnsOrdering: object

The order in which a variable's categories are displayed. An object configuring for each column a method determining the order of its categories.

Items in categoricalColumnsOrdering

*param: string

Order of the categories in a specific column. Note that all parameters should have the same type.

Must be one of: "BACKGROUND", "FOREGROUND", "UPLIFT", "TFIDF", "ORDINAL"


categoricalColumnsThreshold: object

Configure categories to hide in the filter view of categorical variables. Categories less frequent than the configured threshold will not appear in the UI.

Items in categoricalColumnsThreshold

thresholds: array[object] | array[object] | array[object] | array[object]

A list of threshold configurations. A categorical column can have two kinds of thresholds determining whether specific categories will be hidden from its view in the UI: a minimum number of rows in the current selection below which a category will be hidden, or a minimum number of rows in the whole dataset (everything).

The thresholds parameter should be a list containing 1 or 2 objects: the configuration of a selection threshold, and/or the configuration of a threshold for everything.

Items in thresholds

isDefault: boolean = False

Flag for internal usage identifying non-user configurations.


label: string

Label of the graph chart.


sizeColumn: string | null

Column used for the node sizes in the UI.


columnViewModes: object

Visual representation mode of the insight's columns. For each column select whether to show it as a list or bar chart. By default, all column representations are "barChart".

Items in columnViewModes

*param: string

One or more additional parameters. Note that all parameters should have the same type.

Must be one of: "barChart", "list"

Example parameter values:

  • {"country": "list", "vote intention": "list", "cluster": "barChart"}

elements: array[object]

Type and appearance of an insight's elements. A list in which each item is an object configuring the appearance of a particular insight element.

Items in elements

kind: string

Specify the type of element.

Must be one of: "TITLE", "DESCRIPTION", "CHART", "GRAPH", "STATS", "LEGEND", "LEGEND_COLOR_SCALE"


text: string

The text shown for this insight element.


layout: object

The element's position and size. The position refers to the top-left corner of the rectangle representing the insight element, while the size is given by its width and height. For reference, the entire insight is 12 units wide and 9 units high, and the origin (0, 0) of the x/y coordinates is in its top-left corner.

Items in layout

x: integer

Horizontal position of the element's top-left corner. In increments of 1; 0 being the left-most and 8 the right-most position.

Range: -1 ≤ x ≤ 11


y: integer

Vertical position of the element's top-left corner. In increments of 1; 0 being the top-most and 11 the bottom-most position.

Range: 0 ≤ y ≤ 11


w: integer

The width of the element (in increments of 1).

Range: 1 ≤ w ≤ 12


h: integer

The height of the element (in increments of 1).

Range: 1 ≤ h ≤ 9


column: string

Name of the column containing the data to be used in this insight element. Required if the element is of type CHART or STATS.