I need to create a rowchart in dc.js with inputs from multiple columns in a csv. So i need to map a column to each row and each columns total number to the row value. There may be an obvious solution to this but i cant seem to find any examples. ma...
I built a crossfilter with several dimensions and groups to display the data visually using dc.js. The data visualized is bike trip data, and each trip will be loaded in. Right now, there's over 750,000 pieces of data. The JSON file I'm using...
I feel that the crossfilter library API explanation is written for someone above my skillset, but I also know that mastering it will solve my problem.  To make it simple, I will reference the API Page's example data for this question.  var paymen...
I have been working on dc and crossfilter js and I currently have a large dataset with 550,000 rows and size 60mb csv and am facing a lot of issues with it like browser crashes etc  So , I'm trying to understand how dc and crossfilter deals with...
How can I sort the x-axis (dimension) in the dc.js example by the computed value of the dimension instead of by the name of the dimension itself?  For example, consider the dc.js example for an Ordinal Bar Chart at:  https://github.com/dc-js/dc.js/bl...
I am using CrossFilter along with dc.js to create 4 different bar charts and allow a user to change the data by using the brush feature on the charts, so when the user changes the brush on one chart the others dynamically changes.  This is all workin...
I have this below data.  col1    col2    value a   01/01/14    10 a   01/01/14    35 a   01/01/14    68 a   01/01/14    21 a   01/01/14    24 b   01/01/14    26 b   01/01/14    35 b   01/01/14    39 b   01/01/14    87 c   01/01/14    25 c   01/01/14...
I must be doing something naive, but I can't get my data to render within the chart.  here's my example data:  var data = [     {            date: '02-12-2013',        val: 13,     }     {            date: '02-13-2013',...
I have created a line chart in dc.js, which is built off of d3.js. I am doing a count on the y axis and hours on the x axis. I want the line to be blue between midnight-8am, orange from 8-12pm, red from 12pm-5, and green from 5pm-11pm. I have tried c...
I have been playing with crossfilter and found it great but hit into a wall recently. I don't know if my problem needs crossfilter at all, so happy to hear any alternatives solutions.  My data looks like this:  [{  year: "1987",  country:...

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