The bigger the chart/differences in the chart get the harder it get's to point the cursor to display a label. Also if you have multiple y-axis the label is only shown for the one your touching - it would be nice if in discrete charts the label would show the values of all axis.
- label should show for closest data point for easier touching
- label should contain all values
that's e.g. how it works with recharts: http://recharts.org/en-US/examples/SimpleLineChart1 vote
It would be useful if I could set the chart title to equal the result of an aggregation on the chart's documents.1 vote
Imagine this scenario: You have a price x data chart with a range between 110.000 and 120.000 for prices.
But the chart always starts at 0. You ever have to update the minimum range manually to near 110.000 to show data in the graph appropriately. Counterproductive, not?
So, I suggest creating a feature to updating the min value dynamically to expand the chart and ever occupy the entire space of the cartesian plane, especially in continuous charts.1 vote
How can I show the total number by adding all grouping on the chart.
View label 7.175!1 vote
When I try to search in browser it often can't find data in table rows1 vote
When adding a chart normally you are using the same data source over and over. Why not pre-select that data source so that you avoid having to click that per every chart you add1 vote
It would be great if we could get some nodes to serve APAC for charts to bring down the latency a bit, rather than having to go to us-east-1 AWS region.
I imagine this is planned as Stitch already has nodes in Sydney but I thought I would make a note.
Thanks for all the hard work!1 vote
Say you have multiple background jobs that are responsible for caching expensive queries. Instead of migrating these complex queries to charts you could instead expose the raw value via a REST endpoint.1 vote
It'd be great to be able to copy axis labels as well as legend information. Using charts to diagnose issues, the items I'm looking for show up in the legend, but I'm unable to copy them.1 vote
Administrators should be able to manage all dashboards and possibly data sources of other users. A dashboard that is made visible to all by another user cannot be deleted or hidden by an administrator if this dashboard does not work anymore.1 vote
In the on-prem version of Charts the page at
From the Data Sources list, click the New Data Source button.
Enter the Connection String URI of the MongoDB deployment to which you want to connect.
For the Atlas version I would like to pull data from any of my Internet accessible MongoDB servers to form a more complete enterprise dashboard. Much like with Compass, all that is needed is a connection string and you are off too charting. The strict only Atlas data access is a bit too restrictive IMHO.0 votes
if someone has range categories, such as "0-1", "1-5", "5-10", "10-15"
"10-15" will appear before "5-10" on an axis
but since they're numeric ranges, 10-15 should appear after 5-100 votes
If I had a dashboard for one client with two charts in it then another dashboard with two charts it would be good to view small versions of those charts from the dashboard view0 votes
This is similar to other requests for binning - essentially having more flexible ways to configure binning on date/times. I want to bin based on a time period of 30mins as I am analysing trading data.0 votes
I'm using the geospatial charts to display geolocation information and set the dot size as indicator for the location accuracy information.
This looks nice, but the dot size changes with the map zoom and gives no information about the location area, where the real position is expected to be within.
It would be cool to have an option to set the dot size to absolute size in units of km or miles in order to have geometric relation to the real data.
Thanks !0 votes
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