[openspending-dev] [OpenSpending] Representing multiple years of budget data
mlmcnaughton at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 11:28:33 UTC 2012
The single year view is fine for the Tree Map. It appears that the
BubbleTree doesn't behave in the same way and instead presents the
cumulative budget without the option of filtering by year, when creating
the visualization. Are there plans to implement the same behavior there?
On the drilldown in the treemap hierarchy, since the mouseover already
displays detail information, adding a message such as *<right-click to
return>*, once the user is not at the top level, would work fine for me...
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 3:58 AM, Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers at okfn.org>wrote:
> Hi Maurice,
> Moving this discussion over to the OpenSpending-dev list
> (http://lists.okfn.org/mailman/listinfo/openspending-dev) as that is
> where we are currently talking about OpenSpending software issues!
> On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 2:58 PM, Maurice McNaughton
> <mlmcnaughton at gmail.com> wrote:
> > When adding data for multiple budget years to Open Spending, the
> > widgets (embedded html) for the Tree Map and Bubble tree don't readily
> > represent year as a navigatable dimension. In fact the Bubble Tree
> > the entire cumulative budget for all years, while the Tree map doesn't
> > present any option of viewing individual years. Is there any way to
> > year as a selectable option in these widgets?
> Tree Map: We don't currently have a slider as part of the widget, but
> we may need to at some point, others have requested this. However, you
> can focus in on a particular year by using the filters when setting up
> the visualisation. You'll only be able to see one year at a time,
> however, that should solve your issue.
> > Also how does one navigate back up a hierarchical Tree Map. Once your
> > down in the hierarchy, there doesn't seem to be any intuitive way to
> > to the upper level of the hierarchy without doing an html refresh?
> We're working on this, it was raised last week as well. A couple of
> suggestions we have had include right-clicking, but we want to find a
> way to do this that doesn't involve changing default browser
> behaviour. We have some thoughts, including options on rollover, a
> hyperlink just outside the canvass, but if you have other ideas for
> what you would like to see, please do let us know!
> > Welcome any suggestions
> > Mlm
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