To create a visualization, you define a generic object that is one of:
- a list object,
- a hypercube,
- the concatenation of several list objects
- the concatenation of several hypercubes,
- the combination of both list objects and hypercubes.
The generic object has a hierarchical structure meaning that it can contain children and grand children.
Once a visualization is created, you can add children to the visualization, get its properties, define new properties, update existing properties or remove some. You can publish the visualization , and export its data.
This section provides you with examples of how to create visualizations and add children to the visualizations. Examples on how to clone, publish a visualization and export its data are also provided.
A visualization is made of one or more dimensions and measures. Examples on how to create, clone or remove dimensions and measures are provided. Examples on how to change a dimension and a measure on-the-fly are also provided.