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mroberts_troy
Advocate II
Advocate II

Nonsequential Linear Progress Visual

For years we have used Craydec's "Timeline" visual to present non-sequential linear progress over categories including statuses.  The developer stopped supporting it a few years back, but you could still renew your license.  This year, that appears to have stopped.  I have done everything in my power to reach out to the developer, but to no avail.  So, I'm trying to find a visual that can replace it.  I'm even willing to hire someone for the right price to help us build a custom visual.  Does anyone have recommendations for a visual I could use instead (see this graphic) or is anyone here for hire to build this for us?  Thanks!NonsequentialLinearProgressChart.jpg

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This is how it looks like in a very simple Deneb without any optimization

 

lbendlin_0-1714483513439.png

{
  "data": {"name": "dataset"},
  "mark": {"type": "bar"},
  "encoding": {
    "y": {
      "field": "LineID",
      "type": "nominal"
    },
    "x": {
      "field": "BeginMP",
      "type": "quantitative"
    },"x2": {
      "field": "EndMP"
    },"color":{
      "field": "Status"
    }
  }
}

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lbendlin
Super User
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Easy to do with a simple-ish Deneb visual.

 

Got some sample data?

I tried using that to build a visual, but it would only produce the axis and didn't display the data within.  Plus I'm concerned about the fact that my data will not always be named exactly the same way.  I guess I could ETL it to make the columns named the same, that just could make it a jumbled mess.  Anyway, here's some sample data.

 

SampleData 

This is how it looks like in a very simple Deneb without any optimization

 

lbendlin_0-1714483513439.png

{
  "data": {"name": "dataset"},
  "mark": {"type": "bar"},
  "encoding": {
    "y": {
      "field": "LineID",
      "type": "nominal"
    },
    "x": {
      "field": "BeginMP",
      "type": "quantitative"
    },"x2": {
      "field": "EndMP"
    },"color":{
      "field": "Status"
    }
  }
}

Well, what the heck. LOL I couldn't get it to display when I tried it!  Now I need to learn more about how to use this (like adding colors and such)!  Thank you!

played with it some more.

 

I'm already running with your initial code - Thank you a zillion!

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