Tree menu with dynamic variable number of charts

A sophisticated data visualization UI often requires dynamic placement of elements on the screen. For example, menus may need to be data driven based on hierarchical data that can be ragged or unpredictable. In the example below, you can see how we can leverage our new HTML5 capabilities to dynamically generate collapsible tree nodes of variable length to accommodate any number of charts, on a three rows greed. Of course, this looks just as good on any device or browser…

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One Response to Tree menu with dynamic variable number of charts

  1. Good stuff, Ron. I did some experimentation similar to what you’ve done with reasonable success, mashing jquery x Webi. Lots of potential in this arena…

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