Vizlib's guidance documentation is your resource guide to making the most of Vizlib products.
This documentation focuses on the Vizlib Line Chart so that the people working with this extension can find useful information to improve performance and succeed with the extension.
We're committed to keeping this documentation up-to-date, ensuring you have access to the latest information as it becomes available.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- The chart uses the Qlik Sense hub engine, and each value will be processed separately. We can find more information in our Best Practices and Performance Optimization article in Qlik Sense.
- Forecasting has different modes and can be 'trained' on a defined number of data points within your Vizlib Line Chart. Please note that using more points as the trainer and forecasting more points takes longer.
- Forecasts and Predictions
- If you'd like to use analytics forecasting in your line chart, we've got an article on Advanced Analytics to help you understand and apply it without any coding or extra installations.
- Tooltips are disabled when the second dimension is displayed in a donut or pie format.
- CJK characters
- There are currently no limitations
- The Vizlib Line Chart (and any other product that uses forecasting) uses this formula to define ARIMA standards for forecasting. You can learn more here: https://github.com/zemlyansky/arima.
- Vizlib recommends doing tests with a subset of your data and forecasting the remaining amount to them compare with your full data set used within the Vizlib Line Chart.