NAME

Chart::Plotly::Trace::Table - Table view for detailed data viewing. The data are arranged in a grid of rows and columns. Most styling can be specified for columns, rows or individual cells. Table is using a column-major order, ie. the grid is represented as a vector of column vectors.

VERSION

version 0.029

SYNOPSIS

 use Chart::Plotly qw(show_plot);
 use Chart::Plotly::Trace::Table;
 # Example data from: https://plot.ly/javascript/table/#basic-table
 my $table = Chart::Plotly::Trace::Table->new(
 
     header => {
         values => [ [ "EXPENSES" ], [ "Q1" ],
             [ "Q2" ], [ "Q3" ], [ "Q4" ] ],
         align  => "center",
         line   => { width => 1, color => 'black' },
         fill   => { color => "grey" },
         font   => { family => "Arial", size => 12, color => "white" }
     },
     cells  => {
         values => [
             [ 'Salaries', 'Office', 'Merchandise', 'Legal', 'TOTAL' ],
             [ 1200000, 20000, 80000, 2000, 12120000 ],
             [ 1300000, 20000, 70000, 2000, 130902000 ],
             [ 1300000, 20000, 120000, 2000, 131222000 ],
             [ 1400000, 20000, 90000, 2000, 14102000 ] ],
         align  => "center",
         line   => { color => "black", width => 1 },
         font   => { family => "Arial", size => 11, color => [ "black" ] }
     }
 );
 
 show_plot([ $table ]);

DESCRIPTION

Table view for detailed data viewing. The data are arranged in a grid of rows and columns. Most styling can be specified for columns, rows or individual cells. Table is using a column-major order, ie. the grid is represented as a vector of column vectors.

Screenshot of the above example:

Screenshot of the above example

This file has been autogenerated from the official plotly.js source.

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Full reference: https://plot.ly/javascript/reference/#table

DISCLAIMER

This is an unofficial Plotly Perl module. Currently I'm not affiliated in any way with Plotly. But I think plotly.js is a great library and I want to use it with perl.

METHODS

TO_JSON

Serialize the trace to JSON. This method should be called only by JSON serializer.

type

Trace type.

ATTRIBUTES

  • cells

  • columnorder

    Specifies the rendered order of the data columns; for example, a value `2` at position `0` means that column index `0` in the data will be rendered as the third column, as columns have an index base of zero.

  • columnordersrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for columnorder .

  • columnwidth

    The width of columns expressed as a ratio. Columns fill the available width in proportion of their specified column widths.

  • columnwidthsrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for columnwidth .

  • customdata

    Assigns extra data each datum. This may be useful when listening to hover, click and selection events. Note that, *scatter* traces also appends customdata items in the markers DOM elements

  • customdatasrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for customdata .

  • domain

  • header

  • hoverinfo

    Determines which trace information appear on hover. If `none` or `skip` are set, no information is displayed upon hovering. But, if `none` is set, click and hover events are still fired.

  • hoverinfosrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for hoverinfo .

  • hoverlabel

  • ids

    Assigns id labels to each datum. These ids for object constancy of data points during animation. Should be an array of strings, not numbers or any other type.

  • idssrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for ids .

  • pmeta

    Assigns extra meta information associated with this trace that can be used in various text attributes. Attributes such as trace `name`, graph, axis and colorbar `title.text`, annotation `text` `rangeselector`, `updatemenues` and `sliders` `label` text all support `meta`. To access the trace `meta` values in an attribute in the same trace, simply use `%{meta[i]}` where `i` is the index or key of the `meta` item in question. To access trace `meta` in layout attributes, use `%{data[n[.meta[i]}` where `i` is the index or key of the `meta` and `n` is the trace index.

  • metasrc

    Sets the source reference on plot.ly for meta .

  • name

    Sets the trace name. The trace name appear as the legend item and on hover.

  • stream

  • uid

    Assign an id to this trace, Use this to provide object constancy between traces during animations and transitions.

  • uirevision

    Controls persistence of some user-driven changes to the trace: `constraintrange` in `parcoords` traces, as well as some `editable: true` modifications such as `name` and `colorbar.title`. Defaults to `layout.uirevision`. Note that other user-driven trace attribute changes are controlled by `layout` attributes: `trace.visible` is controlled by `layout.legend.uirevision`, `selectedpoints` is controlled by `layout.selectionrevision`, and `colorbar.(x|y)` (accessible with `config: {editable: true}`) is controlled by `layout.editrevision`. Trace changes are tracked by `uid`, which only falls back on trace index if no `uid` is provided. So if your app can add/remove traces before the end of the `data` array, such that the same trace has a different index, you can still preserve user-driven changes if you give each trace a `uid` that stays with it as it moves.

  • visible

    Determines whether or not this trace is visible. If *legendonly*, the trace is not drawn, but can appear as a legend item (provided that the legend itself is visible).

AUTHOR

Pablo Rodríguez González <pablo.rodriguez.gonzalez@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is Copyright (c) 2019 by Pablo Rodríguez González.

This is free software, licensed under:

  The MIT (X11) License