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Gsab1
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Network Navigator - Limit of number of nodes

Hi all,

Network Navigtor has been working great. No peformance issues but I think I seem to have a hit a hard limit on the number of nodes it allows. I didnt think it was too excessing perhaps around 2000.

 

If anyone could help me to know if this is the case that would be really helpfull

 

Sinerely

G

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Gsab1
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Hi again,

 

Bumping this thread in the hope I won't have to go down the unsavoury route of migrating data over to Gehpi.

 

G

Hi @Gsab1,

I've reviewed the source code for the visual and it's using the default number of data points, which is 1,000 if not specified.

Your options are either:

  1. Create an issue in the project and request the author makes a change to increase the number of data points. As the home page doc states that the visual is experimental, they may not regard this as a major issue, and suggest (2) below.
  2. Create your own version of the visual using the source code, with the appropriate changes to the capabilities.json to allow more data points (up to a maximum of 30,000) and then building it. If you do this, you'll also need to change the GUID in the pbiviz.json file to something unique, otherwise Power BI will load the one from the marketplace instead of your custom one when you try to load it into a workbook.

Regards,

Daniel





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