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Jun 18, 2015 10:15 AM
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Hi all,

I would like to create a journal that shows several graphs I've scripted through graph builder. When I send the graphs to the journal, however, they become static pictures and are no longer interactive for the user, which I really need them to be. The post here Trouble with Report << Copy Graph seems to suggest sending the graph directly to the journal with **<< journal** which doesn't appear to be working in this case. Any suggestions?

Here's a simplified version of things...

g = Graph Builder(

Show Control Panel( 0 ),

Variables( X( :X ), Group Y( :Y ), Color( :Group ) ),

Elements( Points( X, Legend( 5 ), Jitter( 1 ) ) )

);

g <<journal;

I have also tried report(g)[OutlineBox(1) << journal; with no success...

Thanks!

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Jun 18, 2015 9:09 PM
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Solution

Sarah,

Looks like LouV has you on the right path.

Try this setup to combine the graphs into a single window and saved back to the journal with an interactive link.

First open up all the graphs you want to link.

Here we just opened up a couple of graphs for the Big Class help sample data set that LouV was using.

Next use the combine windows command to pull all the graphs into one window.

Here is the Mac version below...the PC version of this can be done straight off the Home Window.

Then save the window script back to the Journal.

Then you have the interactive link on the journal!

Note that combining windows is the fast way to orient graphs within the same window.

For more control on the ordering, see the help files on the Application Builder where you can truly create customer graph views.

Creating and Sharing Applications

Hope this helps!

Scott

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Jun 18, 2015 5:29 PM
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Jun 18, 2015 7:40 PM
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Hi LouV,

I just tried this out. I end up with a link to the graph in the journal window - which is interactive. But because I will have several graphs as output for the user, I'd prefer to have the actual graphs together housed in the same journal window. However, this may be a workaround solution.

Sarah

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Jun 18, 2015 9:09 PM
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Sarah,

Looks like LouV has you on the right path.

Try this setup to combine the graphs into a single window and saved back to the journal with an interactive link.

First open up all the graphs you want to link.

Here we just opened up a couple of graphs for the Big Class help sample data set that LouV was using.

Next use the combine windows command to pull all the graphs into one window.

Here is the Mac version below...the PC version of this can be done straight off the Home Window.

Then save the window script back to the Journal.

Then you have the interactive link on the journal!

Note that combining windows is the fast way to orient graphs within the same window.

For more control on the ordering, see the help files on the Application Builder where you can truly create customer graph views.

Creating and Sharing Applications

Hope this helps!

Scott

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Jun 19, 2015 6:52 AM
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Scott,

Thanks so much! I understand how this works now - I can work with this. Thanks for your detailed response!

Sarah