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Halo - Custom Visualization

Admins: Please read about Splunk Enterprise 8.0 and the Python 2.7 end-of-life changes and impact on apps and upgradeshere.
The Halo visualization consists of hierarchical, relational pie charts to commonly show object verb subject relationships.

Full documentation available in the app's default view.

Please ask questions in Splunk Answers or create issues in Github. Full changelogs are also available on Github.

Created by Splunk4Good and spun off as a side project from the Clinton vs Trump: A Splunk analysis on the independent expenditures from the 2016 presidential election page.

Release Notes

Version 1.1.3
Oct. 17, 2018

Updated d3 from v4 to v5. From their README:

"D3 no longer provides the d3.schemeCategory20* categorical color schemes. These twenty-color schemes were flawed because their grouped design could falsely imply relationships in the data: a shared hue can imply that the encoded data are part of a group (a super-category), while relative lightness can imply order. Instead, D3 now includes d3-scale-chromatic, which implements excellent schemes from ColorBrewer, including categorical, diverging, sequential single-hue and sequential multi-hue schemes. These schemes are available in both discrete and continuous variants."

Therefore many of the outer color rings colors from previous versions are no longer valid! If you see a completely black outer ring, then please choose a new color scheme under ("Miscellaneous") or use the default schemeCategory10 by removing the <option name="viz_halo.halo.outer_colors"> line in Simple XML.

Version 1.0.5
March 16, 2017


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