7.2, 7.1, 7.0, 6.6, 6.5, 6.4, 6.3, 6.2, 6.1, 6.0
The Departures Board Viz is a single value animated visualization in the style of airport departure boards. Drop it into your own dashboards to display places, users, timestamps or any other important information in an eye catching and fun way
| makeresults count=10 | streamstats count as id| eval text=case(id==1,"Canberra",id==2,"Wellington",id==3,"Washington",id==4,"London",id==5,"Tokyo",id==6,"Ottawa",id==7,"New Delhi",id==8,"Beijing",id==9,"Paris",id==10,"Berlin") | table text, id
A sample data set is included with the app:
| inputlookup departures-board-cities-lookup.csv
Two tokens are generated by the visualization - one for the text which is displayed, and one for an associated id field. By default the tokens are called:
Token names are customizable.
The visualization is bound by the following limits:
- Total results: 100
- Total characters: 50
- Auto Refresh duration: 1s to 999s (anything outside these bounds will cause it to default to 5s)
Minor update: visualization now HTML escapes caption text.
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