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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 functionality26 votes
Requesting a chart type that represents tree-like (hierarchal/parent-child) relationships, otherwise called an "org chart".
Here's a stack overflow question and answer that shows a sample of a mongo aggregation that might generate the kind of data that would feed this kind of chart:
Here are a few useful resources describing visual expression for this kind of chart type:16 votes
If you have a huge dashboard with all kind of things, but you want to group them under a title, lets say:
You have 10 charts on left with aggregations from collection A and 10 charts on the right with aggregations from collection B.
You can easy clarify things if you put a plain text above all charts as title.
[Collection A] <- plain text
All charts from collection A16 votes
When I use a number value in a visual. I can choose aggregates: sum, count, distinct, mean, etc ...
I would like to have the option median and mode also. Median gives a better view than mean, if your date is sparse.
When we use a chart type column - grouped option, in Y-Axis we are showing different data types (amounts and numbers). We cannot use the custom number formatting because it applies in both of data types. We would like to have the ability to apply custom number formatting to each columns.10 votes
I'd like to define an http link in table chart for a column.
Also, I'd like to use dynamic data (from the document) in the link.9 votes
MongoDB advertises that it can be used as a graph database. Sample article https://www.mongodb.com/databases/mongodb-graph-database
The power of a graph database is in it's interactivity and visualization. There are many visualization tools from native graph database software such as Neo4j Browser or Neo4j Bloom. While MongoDB may be able to store graph database content, the missing link is the ability to visualize and interact with graph data. Requesting for Charts to add Graph chart types that can be used by developers and for end users to consume.8 votes
In the tab 'Customize' you can (de-)activate the thousands separators,
The visual representation is in english locale, e.g. 1,000.00
I would like to be able to change this to another locale. For german locale the number formatting should be 1.000,008 votes
Need old fields ( quantity , unit, unitPriceDollars ) to be added to Atlas Billing Chart Database in new Ingestion Feature
Previous version of the Github Project - https://github.com/aredalen/atlas-billing had many field in Billing Database ( Details collection ) now its not available in the new feature in MongoDB Atlas Charts.
We need those fields ( quantity , unit, unitPriceDollars ) to be added to Atlas Billing Chart Database in new Ingestion Feature.
Previous Database: Billing DB - Details Collection
New database: Atlas-billing - lineItems Collection doesn’t have below fields.
We require these fields for building detailed daily app-wise consumption report.7 votes
I am using Charts to track "direct" sales of my app. Other sales charts, like those featured on Stripe's dashboard or Mac App Store, feature a sum and "previous period" metric that quickly shows you how much sales are up/down for a given period. See attached.7 votes
Mongo Text Chart should have pagination based on certain criteria such as if records are more than 50 [configurable] and per page size also should be configurable.5 votes
First of all, great idea and implementation! It would be nice to have the possibility to create prediction intervals while plotting, for example, a time series object and its forecast. Something similar to https://i.stack.imgur.com/3tJap.png
There are already line charts and area charts object, but so far it is not possible mixing them and use them to generate such a visualization.5 votes
Oftentimes there are outliers in the data I want do visualize (e.g. all data between value 1 and 10 but few very large values like 100). This makes e.g. bar charts unreadable when binning because I have to decide between large bin size (hiding details in the parts of the data which are most interesting) or having the bars squeezed until they are not readable anymore. It'd be perfect to decide an lower/upper limit when binning and to summarize values below/above as "others".4 votes
A new chart type, called treemap chart, would enable more abilities to derive insights from data in MongoDB.4 votes
Waterfall charts a very common. See Wikipedia for definition: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waterfall_chart4 votes
For continuous/discrete line and area charts, I would like to apply annotations to my charts so that I can highlight certain data points of my graph. A use-case for this would be to display targets that need to be achieved for my data or to explain certain events at a time point.
See attached image for a mockup.4 votes
Being able to highlight an individual series by clicking on its name in the legend great! Having an option to allow it to display as an ordinary bar chart so the relative heights within that series can be compared would be even better.3 votes
I have a bar chart which shows bars with numbers based on different types of products sold per month, like in Feb we have 3 bars for every product type being the quantities 57, 9, 167. I would like to show the percentages 24%, 3%, 71%
The math is the following:
count by value / Sum of all items * 100
I'm using the (count by value) aggregator but that shows just the plain count3 votes
Most chart types rely on aggregation due to the nature of MongoDB datasets. Sometimes I have simple datasets where I want to set a field not as an aggregation but as the value of a field. Yes, we could use spreadsheets to achieve this, but its nice having all the charts in one interface3 votes
Charts should allow us to access the number of categories in a chart (e.g. number of bars, number of series/legend items). In this way we will have information to further customize the rendering, on the fly, via SDK if need be.3 votes
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