Charts

MongoDB Charts is the best way to create visualizations of MongoDB data. Connect to any MongoDB instance as a data source, create charts and graphs, embed them into your applications or build live dashboards for sharing and collaboration.
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  1. import/export charts

    It would be great if we could import and export the charts somehow. While the drag and drop interface is nice it would be beneficial if we could host it in our code git and test/adjust the aggregations when we change the underlying schema.

    23 votes

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  2. Hyperlinks in charts

    The idea is to be able to create hyperlinks with data from the charts in order to create connections with other web apps. This is similar to a Kibana functionality

    16 votes

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  3. Switching Chart Type should not erase existing settings

    If I change the chart type (e.g. a Line Chart) from Discrete to Continuous, it'd be nice if I didn't have to restart from scratch. Currently it erases my settings.

    12 votes

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  4. Clickable values

    One of the biggies missing for charts (from my perspective) is the ability to click and filter by values on the charts. Most BI tools do so and it's an easy and intuitive way to navigate up and down through the data. Similar to what "analyse schema" does in Compass, but much more flexible.

    10 votes

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  5. Chart zoom

    Horizontally dragging across a section of a chart with your mouse should zoom in on the range of data you selected. Default zoom ranges would also be nice (ex: a chart with lots of historical data, but only displaying the last n-days, allowing a user to optionally zoom out to see the rest of the data).

    7 votes

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  6. Custom color scheme

    I would like to have the ability to define my own color scheme that is then used for either entire dashboards or individual charts. At the current moment, the color schemes available are hardcoded. While they make the dashboards attractive, when integrated into existing applications that follow a certain styleguide, it's not ideal.

    5 votes

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  7. Drill-down Support

    It will be better if mongo charts have drill-down column supports.

    2 votes

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  8. lowlevel data api

    Mongodb-charts is great but still lacking a lot of features (which is not super surprising given it's age). To work around mobile issues, missing zoom, server side rendering and similar it would be great if the sdk exposed a low level data endpoint so that we can create our own visualizations on top of the aggregated & cached data from mongodb charts.

    I imagine sth like:

    const sdk = new ChartsEmbedSDK({
    baseUrl,
    });
    const data = await sdk.getData({chartId})

    unrelated side note: it would be great if the embed sdk was open source so that we can just contribute little enhancements…

    1 vote

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