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RAPIDS cuxfilter double graph dashboard
# Dashboard
# Full example from https://github.com/rapidsai-community/showcase/tree/main/team_contributions/cuxfilter-tutorial
# Data
cux_df = cuxfilter.DataFrame.load_graph((final_df, edges))
# Charts
chart1 = cuxfilter.charts.graph(
edge_source='src', edge_target='dst',
edge_color_palette=['gray', 'black'],
ode_pixel_shade_type='linear',
edge_render_type='curved', #curved, direct
edge_transparency=0.6, #0.1 - 0.9
title='ForceAtlas2 Graph'
)
chart2 = cuxfilter.charts.scatter(
x='x_original', y='y_original',
tile_provider='CARTODBPOSITRON',
point_size=4,
pixel_shade_type='linear',
pixel_spread='spread',
title='Scatter Layout'
)
chart3 = cuxfilter.charts.bar('hour', title='Trips per hour')
chart4 = cuxfilter.charts.bar('from_station_id', title='Source station')
chart5 = cuxfilter.charts.bar('to_station_id', title='Destination station')
# Widgets
widget1 = cuxfilter.charts.multi_select('year')
widget2 = cuxfilter.charts.multi_select('day_type', label_map={0:'weekday', 1:'weekend', '':'all'})
# Layout Grid
layout_array_3rds = [[1,1,2],[1,1,2],[3,4,5]]
# Generate Dashboard
d = cux_df.dashboard([chart1, chart2, chart3, chart4, chart5],
sidebar=[widget1, widget2],
layout_array = layout_array_3rds,
theme=cuxfilter.themes.rapids,
title="Network and Geospatial Graph")
# Show
d.show()
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