View Source Kino.VegaLite (KinoVegaLite v0.1.2)

A kino wrapping VegaLite graphic.

This kino allow for rendering regular VegaLite graphic and then streaming new data points to update the graphic.

examples

Examples

chart =
  Vl.new(width: 400, height: 400)
  |> Vl.mark(:line)
  |> Vl.encode_field(:x, "x", type: :quantitative)
  |> Vl.encode_field(:y, "y", type: :quantitative)
  |> Kino.VegaLite.new()
  |> Kino.render()

for i <- 1..300 do
  point = %{x: i / 10, y: :math.sin(i / 10)}
  Kino.VegaLite.push(chart, point)
  Process.sleep(25)
end

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Functions

Removes all data points from the graphic dataset.

Creates a new kino with the given VegaLite definition.

Registers a callback to run periodically in the kino process.

Appends a single data point to the graphic dataset.

Appends a number of data points to the graphic dataset.

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@spec clear(
  t(),
  keyword()
) :: :ok

Removes all data points from the graphic dataset.

options

Options

  • dataset - name of the targetted dataset from the VegaLite specification. Defaults to the default anonymous dataset
@spec new(VegaLite.t()) :: t()

Creates a new kino with the given VegaLite definition.

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periodically(kino, interval_ms, acc, fun)

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@spec periodically(t(), pos_integer(), term(), (term() -> {:cont, term()} | :halt)) ::
  :ok

Registers a callback to run periodically in the kino process.

The callback is run every interval_ms milliseconds and receives the accumulated value. The callback should return either of:

  • {:cont, acc} - the continue with the new accumulated value

  • :halt - to no longer schedule callback evaluation

The callback is run for the first time immediately upon registration.

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push(kino, data_point, opts \\ [])

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@spec push(t(), map(), keyword()) :: :ok

Appends a single data point to the graphic dataset.

options

Options

  • :window - the maximum number of data points to keep. This option is useful when you are appending new data points to the plot over a long period of time

  • dataset - name of the targetted dataset from the VegaLite specification. Defaults to the default anonymous dataset

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push_many(kino, data_points, opts \\ [])

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@spec push_many(
  t(),
  [map()],
  keyword()
) :: :ok

Appends a number of data points to the graphic dataset.

See push/3 for more details.