Jfreechart plots do not have these fancy features. However, generating Jfreechart views is lot faster, so you still might want to consider these if you have to quickly visualize hundreds of thousands of datapoints, or if you want to generate lots of png images of your plots in a loop.
Then there are the even older (I think) “local” view nodes; these can pass on selection events (“HiLite”) to subsequent nodes but they cannot produce png/svg images, neither is it possible to combine multiple plots in a single window.
p.s. you also may want to check out the Plotly extension.
This is helpful. I have to create bar chart. Is it possible to create so using plotly extension?
Ah yes, that is a problem…
When I try to use the Interactive value filter widget like you intended:
…the value only gets filtered when I click “Apply”, close the plot window, and open it again. Not very useful, and it feels like a Knime bug to me.
Can someone from Knime confirm that this is a bug?
I recently had a somewhat similar problem and I posted it on the forum, but unfortunately I never got an answer: https://forum.knime.com/t/i-do-not-understand-nominal-row-filter-widget-behavior-in-a-component/31249/2
I was a bit confused in my last post. Here I explore every possible combination (workflow attached):
So I am still wondering what the use case is for the Nominal Row Filter.
KNIME_project6.knwf (37.8 KB)
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