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May 30, 2014

Coming in JMP 12: Interactive HTML Bubble Plot

JMP 11 provided the ability to create an interactive Flash version of the Bubble Plot platform. Our customers wanted us to provide the same functionality using interactive HTML so they would be able to share their bubble plots with colleagues using iPads. They would no longer need to tell their colleagues to download and install a plugin to interact with our browser-based bubble plots. So, JMP 12 includes Interactive HTML Bubble Plots.

The Bubble Plot platform in JMP provides rich customizability and more user interaction than any report previously supported in interactive HTML reports. Our goal in JMP 12 was to provide as much of this functionality as possible while keeping the user interface familiar and easy to use on mobile devices.

In developing the Interactive HTML Bubble Plot, our approach was to:

  • Replicate the most important features of the desktop experience.
  • Replace user controls with more mobile-friendly controls.
  • Take advantage of the interactive HTML mobile improvements mentioned in Heman Robinson's blog post.
  • Here's a side-by-side comparison of a desktop Bubble Plot platform and the interactive HTML version.

    [iframe title="YouTube video player" width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/snLcjVtQf_M" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen]

     

    This is just one of many types of bubble plots you can create with JMP 12. To get a better sense of the extent of customizability and interaction available with the Interactive HTML Bubble Plot, we've prepared a gallery of samples at our website.

    Please try these samples using your favorite desktop or mobile web browser and let us know what you think. Thanks.

    3 Comments
    Community Member

    Tom Filloon wrote:

    Very nice to see this new version of Bubble plots, as they are especially useful for showing many 'dimensions' of info in a concise way; and ...

    ESPECIALLY nice to see (e.g. US Elections example) the tooltips put up 'all the extra labels' of info desired to get 'really' informative bubble plots [ don't think that feature worked in prev versions]

    Thanks much and always nice to see substantive changes being continually made in timely manner!!

    John Powell wrote:

    Thanks for the kind words.

    The Interactive HTML capability is for sharing or taking your data on the road where you or your audience may not have access to JMP. Labeling multiple columns before saving as Interactive HTML is a great way to share more data. It can also be useful in scatterplots and any plots displaying markers.

    Glad you like it,

    ~John

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