A radar plot based on the Plotly.js library. This radar plot displays each row in a data set as an individual line on a circular plot with each radii corresponding to an individual feature of that row. This plot only displayed numeric columns and is NOT currently compatible with other KNIME interactive views. It is also recommended that you choose to display 20 or fewer rows. This chart can be useful for visualizing relationships between groups within data, but it is recommended to consolidate your statistics before using this view, rather than displaying an entire data set. A recommended node to use in conjunction with this view would be the 'Statistics' node to provide useful numeric information about the data set and then the radar plot to visually inspect these relationships.
The node supports custom CSS styling. You can simply put CSS rules into a single string and set it as a flow variable 'customCSS' in the node configuration dialog. Current KNIME classes are NOT YET supported, so class names will have to be deduced from the view itself. We are hoping to support standard KNIME classes in an upcoming release.
Please note: the Plotly.js KNIME extension is currently in Labs. It is recommended that you handle missing values and normalize your data before using visualization nodes in this extension to improve performance. Please feel free to leave feedback and suggestions on our community forum here .
General options for the KNIME Radar Plot with Plotly.
These options control the initial state of the view.
Use these options to configure the available controls within the view.
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