View Source Kino.DataTable (Kino v0.8.1)

A kino for interactively viewing tabular data.

The data must be a tabular data supported by Table.

examples

Examples

data = [
  %{id: 1, name: "Elixir", website: "https://elixir-lang.org"},
  %{id: 2, name: "Erlang", website: "https://www.erlang.org"}
]

Kino.DataTable.new(data)

The tabular view allows you to quickly preview the data and analyze it thanks to sorting capabilities.

data =
  for pid <- Process.list() do
    pid |> Process.info() |> Keyword.merge(registered_name: nil)
  end

Kino.DataTable.new(
  data,
  keys: [:registered_name, :initial_call, :reductions, :stack_size]
)

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Creates a new kino displaying given tabular data.

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new(tabular, opts \\ [])

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@spec new(
  Table.Reader.t(),
  keyword()
) :: t()

Creates a new kino displaying given tabular data.

options

Options

  • :keys - a list of keys to include in the table for each record. The order is reflected in the rendered table. Optional

  • :name - The displayed name of the table. Defaults to "Data"

  • :sorting_enabled - whether the table should support sorting the data. Sorting requires traversal of the whole enumerable, so it may not be desirable for large lazy enumerables. Defaults to true