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A list object is a visualization that contains one dimension. When getting the layout of a list object (qListObjectDef), all values are rendered. If selections are applied to a list object, the selected values are displayed along with the excluded and the optional values.

Just like you can have multiple hypercubes in your properties, you can also have multiple list objects. If you have multiple list objects, you need to place them at different paths in your property structure.


Example: List object definition in List template

initialProperties: {
	version: 1.0,
	qListObjectDef: {
		qShowAlternatives: true,
		qFrequencyMode: "V",
		qInitialDataFetch: [{
			qWidth: 2,
			qHeight: 50


Engine API documentation for a complete description of the qListObjectDef properties.

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