Hey @ThinhDinh Just had a crazy thought… could you solve this using your brilliant ‘short titles on Map pins’ concept?
For example, could we replace the chart with a Map view and place pins according to X,Y coordinates complete with a small title beneath each Pin as the legend?
Is there a cute way to introduce the lines that would make the Map appear like a Quadrant analysis? For example by choosing a place on earth that has a natural grid pattern?! Or perhaps using CSS code? The size of the pins would not be important and if you could have a title beneath each one then even the color would not be so important…
Agreed…I haven’t paid a thing with Cloudinary since using it. I should do a deep dive tutorial with Cloudinary one day. Might need to have some guest appearances from @Darren_Murphy and @ThinhDinh who have both done some neat things with multiple layered images.
Hi ThinDinh - so the App needs to be able to deal with an unknown number. If it makes a big difference, it would be possible to simplify and restrict to a maximum number.
Here is the Glide chart that I want to replace. Right now it shows pairs of values. Each value is a score out of 10. It would be so much better if it was a bubble chart (Quadrant analysis).
Right now the chart gets busy if there are lots of themes, so the user has a choice button to select a minimum threshold value. In this way they can filter the chart and only show the themes with values above the minimum threshold… works quite well but I could also limit the number to say 5. I just don’t know what the values will be… or how many themes.
Yes I would be fine with that. I watched Bob’s video on using it to pull data to generate a map view based on a search term. Looks like some template magic and URL creation is mainly what is needed. But what is the API resource? I have never worked with XC.
I’m afraid yes for my case; the quadrants are important. I see you have a close proxy by going negative in the axis but I really need values 0 - 10 for both axis. I could live without the quadrants so long as the axis are 0 - 10 and a legend would be needed.
In my case, the x-axis would be labelled ‘Likelihood’ and the y-axis ‘Impact’. But perhaps those labels could be added manually above and the below the chart with standard Glide text components.