We are pleased to announce the biggest improvement in creating and working with graphs in our Plot section. Most of the input you provided us was mainly on building features to improve graph creation and customization; therefore, the goals of this update were mainly focused on adding more types of visualizations and personalizing them to enrich your narrative and insights.
Personalize the chart type according to your data and communication needs. Add a title, subtitle, description, or footer to spotlight your insights.
Try using different themes and combine Graphext with other looks & feels in your documents.
We are still working on more improvements, and we’ll soon add more types of charts. These are a few tasks we’re currently working on:
Select a chart from an extended graph library according to your data.
(NEW) Grouped Bar Chart
(NEW) Stacked Bar chart
(NEW) Stacked 100% Bar chart
Multiple Line Chart
(NEW) Segmented Line Chart
(NEW) Seasonal Decomposition
(NEW) Area Chart
Stacked Area Chart
(NEW) Stacked 100% Area Chart
(NEW) Segmented Area Chart
We’ve also added a customization mode where you’ll find the following features:
The new navigation flow makes it easier and more intuitive to create new projects in fewer steps and in a more intuitive way. At the same time integrations are now easier to configure, manage and reuse.
Allows you to use quantitative columns on the X-axis in some charts where up to now only dates could be used. Segmented Overview, Compared Segments and Share.
The heat map can now sort the X and Y axes when they are categorical, which helps to reveal hidden patterns in the visualization.
We maintain the order settings in the Data you change between sessions. Now, when you share a project with your team or your clients, they will be able to see the order you have used in the table during the analysis process.
We have implemented Hugging Face's CLIP vision and language model for image classification. For now, you will be able to use it through our new Image-Clustering Social Media Flow; but keep your eyes peeled for our future updates. You may find more possibilities very soon!
The new Home tab will improve navigation by showcasing your most Recent Projects as well as a series of recommended Projects from Public to explore.
Wizard will now disable unavailable options for your dataset instead of hiding them. We will also provide an explanation for the disablement of that option for the given dataset. This way, we aim to contribute to a broader understanding of all exploratory options and Graphext usecases.
Graphext now provides you with an IP to access your database; simply authorize them (188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206) and access your databases securely and privately!
We have improved usability, with the new display of our Teams Bar and Integrations Bar, that make your exploration effortless.
Now Enterprise Accounts will be able to improve the efficiency and security of employees' access. Remove access to our services directly from your internal server; no more need to create new accounts.
Exploration will be easier whenever you want to explore the neighbor Nodes of your selection in Graph. We will keep all neighbor nodes visible regardless of your selection of a main initial node.
In the Correlations Section, we have enhanced our model to showcase interrelationships with fewer signals required. This refinement translates into Score improvements, giving more value to Correlations.
Downloading your original dataset is now possible in all your projects! Simply select More Options - Download and never lose your original datasets again!
Overwrite will now be the default option when you update a Project. If you want to save it separately, use the drop-down button and select Execute as New. This shift focuses on iterating over a project without adding to the clutter**.**
We are happy to present the Graphext Pricing Plans. You can now upgrade your capabilities whenever you need them directly from our site and get started with your projects in a matter of minutes.
We've merged the Datasets and Projects tabs, so whenever you upload a Dataset, Graphext will automatically create a First Exploration Project where you can scour your data. This means your data lives inside projects, so it will always remain updated with the latest project changes.
While Sorting by tfdf, uplift, etc. has always been an option in Graphext, we have now included the option to order categorical and text variables alphabetically. This is particularly useful if you are looking to filter by a specific category, say, the US, within the variable Country.