Jan 20, 2012 at 6:15 PM
Edited Jan 20, 2012 at 6:17 PM
I find the dynamic filters extremely valuable for a quick drill down into all sorts of questions one may have from the data. There is one scenario I don't seem to be able to create due to the fact that one column filter overwrites the results of another.
I wonder if I am just stuck and not seeing the path to a possisble solution, but would it be possible to allow for this kind of scenario?
- I have 17 vertices with varying amounts of edges between them; I would like to be able to show all edges belonging to a given vertex in an additive way, meaning I would like to first show vertex A and its immediate network (which I can easily do with a
filter); next I would like to add showing vertex B and all of its immediate connections
while still displaying the network around vertex A. Next I'd like to be able to add the display of the network around vertex C and so on. I would like to be able to to this in arbitrary order and use the filters to
dynamically show or hide sub networks around a given vertex.
At this point I can only figure out how to do this for one network at a time, but as I try to show more indivudual networks in an additive manner, the appear to cancel each other out.
It seems to me that there could be a way to manipulate the "edge visibility" column with clever usage of formulas, but I'd like to be able to show / hide vertex networks interactively (which is what the dynamic filters would allow me to do). Any suggestions
if or how this could be done using the dynamic filters? Thanks!!