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Interactive HTML Report - data size limits

Hi,

Interactive HTML Report "with Data" means all the data is copied to HTML?

If the data table is 50 MB, HTML will have the same size?

What are the limitations of data size?

Thanks.

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Re: Interactive HTML Report - data size limits

Hi,

> Interactive HTML Report "with Data" means all the data is copied to HTML?

Only the columns used in the report are copied to the HTML file. 

 

> If the data table is 50 MB, HTML will have the same size?

No, since only the used columns are embedded in the HTML file, it can be less. However, HTML is not a binary format like the JMP data table - it is a text file so that it can be understood by the browser and our JavaScript code embedded in the HTML file.  If all the columns are used, the HTML file can be much larger that the original data table.

  

> What are the limitations of data size?

Limitations will depend on the browser and operating system used to display the HTML file. Mobile devices tend to have lower memory limitations and slower performance.

When you export or save as Interactive HTML, JMP will counts the size of images and the number of data values needed in the report. if the total number of pixels in images is over 100 million or if the total number of data values is greater than one million, JMP will warn you that the resulting web page may be slow to load and asks if you would like to continue.  If you continue the file may still perform well on fast desktop machines depending on what type of graphs you are trying to display, but lower powered browsers(typically mobile devices), may even refuse to load the large file.

 

I hope this helps, 

~John

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Re: Interactive HTML Report - data size limits

Hi,

> Interactive HTML Report "with Data" means all the data is copied to HTML?

Only the columns used in the report are copied to the HTML file. 

 

> If the data table is 50 MB, HTML will have the same size?

No, since only the used columns are embedded in the HTML file, it can be less. However, HTML is not a binary format like the JMP data table - it is a text file so that it can be understood by the browser and our JavaScript code embedded in the HTML file.  If all the columns are used, the HTML file can be much larger that the original data table.

  

> What are the limitations of data size?

Limitations will depend on the browser and operating system used to display the HTML file. Mobile devices tend to have lower memory limitations and slower performance.

When you export or save as Interactive HTML, JMP will counts the size of images and the number of data values needed in the report. if the total number of pixels in images is over 100 million or if the total number of data values is greater than one million, JMP will warn you that the resulting web page may be slow to load and asks if you would like to continue.  If you continue the file may still perform well on fast desktop machines depending on what type of graphs you are trying to display, but lower powered browsers(typically mobile devices), may even refuse to load the large file.

 

I hope this helps, 

~John

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Re: Interactive HTML Report - data size limits

Some of the tips here may be useful to you as well: Managing Interactive HTML Output Size in JMP 14 

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