Data can be loaded remotely from a url. The url should contain either the data itself or a two dimensional array with the information for the data sets. Please see the examples below.
Data can be loaded from a file located by a url.
The format of the file is the same as that one used for creating a regular canvasXpress plot.
See the source code of this page for further explanation..
You can also see the data and in a table format through the toolbar on the right top by clicking on the table icon or through the file menu under Explore → Table. See additional information under User Interfaces. For convience you can click this .
"https : //raw.githubusercontent.com/neuhausi/Rdatasets/master/json/datasets/AirPassengers.json"
The configuration for the visualization above is shown below. You can always access the data and its configuration in any CanvasXpress visualization through the file menu under File → Reproducible Research → Show JSON code. See additional information under User Interface - Menus. For convience you can click this .
Events are pre-configured in all CanvasXpress visualizations. Refer to documentation to further customize events. Most visualizations have mouseover, click, dbl-click, wheel, context-menu, drag and drop. Press the 'ESC' key to reset the plot.
All visualization come with multiple user interfaces to allow data exploration and configuration. Dbl-click to bring configurator, context-menu to open menus, mouse-over top right to visualization to show toolbar and select either the funnel to open filters and data table or the tools to open the data explorer. See further documentation under User Interfaces.
You can drag and drop any delimited text file on the visualization to create a new CanvasXpress plot. Similarly, you can drag and drop formated XML files from Wikipathways, KeGG, Metabase or GML. Furthermore, you can also drag and drop png or json files previously saved in CanvasvasXpress to re-create the visualization.