Looking for Implementation Advice

chandapu kiran kumar chandapukiran at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 06:37:54 EDT 2005


hello list,
i want to give only one advance i.e first u select both rows or coulumns
then after u may give them in colour i.e very easy okay that u for your
quoery bye;
kiran kumar
general operator

 On 10/4/05, Mike Doub <Mike at doub.com> wrote:
>
> Hello List,
>
> I am looking for implementation advice on how best to solve a problem
> displaying a graphical representation of a matrix of data.
>
> I have a variable that is set up with each line representing a row of
> information, and each item of the line a value. There are a variable
> number
> of lines and values. I typically expect about 50 lines and 24 values.
>
> Something like this (as you can see I am thinking of using arrays with
> split
> and combine):
>
> Label1|0,0,1,3,5,6...
> Label2|1,4,6,7,2,0...
> Label3|5,4,4,3,-1,1...
> .
> .
> .
>
> The graphic that I was envisioning was a group of small squares that would
> contain colors, green for 0 and higher, orange for -1, red for -2 add
> below.
> The label would be next to each row of boxes. I would also like the user
> to
> be able to hover over one of the boxes and be able to see the actual
> value.
>
> I have multiple data sets to be displayed. Initially I was thinking that I
> would have one of this graphic per card, but having this as part of a
> scrolling field would be nice. Anyway let's keep it simple and just assume
> that it will be on each card.
>
> I am a bit stumped at how to:
> 1) Build this graphical thing dynamically to accommodate difference
> numbers
> of rows and columns
> 2) How to connect the appearance of each box to the data, both to set the
> color and to get the hovering effect.
>
> I am totally open to suggestions at this point in how to better layout the
> data and to build this graphical control.
>
> Thank you in advance for pointing me in a direction.
>
> Regards,
> Mike
>
>
>
>
>
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