Voronoi tree widget
What is a Voronoi tree widget?
In this widget, you can see the events containing the columns used as variables, portrayed as a tessellation of polygons whose proportions depend on the number of events represented. These polygons are subdivided into smaller polygons and constitute a hierarchical structure with as many levels as those into which the data is divided (there is a legend above the chart explaining that hierarchy).
The following table lists the configuration options of this widget:
|Widget title||Enter a title for the widget|
|Widget description||Enter a description of the widget|
|Widget size||Choose the size of the widget window|
|Time Range||The period of data you want to analyze. Time range goes from 1 hour to 1 year|
|Actions||Add the values of the grouping to the widget|
|Field to show||Select one of the available aggregated values|
|Initializer||Select the required visualization type|
|Operation||Choose None (real size) or Logarithmic|
|Show value||Select ON to show values when hovering the mouse over a node. If you select OFF, only percentages are shown.|
|Show %||Select ON to show percentages|
|Show total %||Select ON to show total percentages|
|Show zero values||Set ON / OFF according to your preferences|
|Max number of nodes||Indicate the maximum number of nodes you want to display|
|Max number of nodes by level||Indicate the maximum number of nodes per level you want to display|
|Ascending scale||Select ON to show data in an ascending scale|
The below widget is a sample of the web server activity (country/city/isp) for the last week.
- Time Range - 1 week
- Field to show - count
- Actions - All