Range widget

The Range Widget enables precise data filtering, allowing you to define specific numerical ranges.

Widget Data

In the Data section, select a numeric field from your source dataset that you want to analyze.

Widget Display

In the Widget Display, the default range corresponds to the minimum and maximum values of the selected numeric field. This provides a starting point for your visualization. However, you have the flexibility to customize these limit values, allowing you to effectively filter specific features within your data.

In the display section, you can also use formatting to choose the unit of metrics displayed on the y-axis. Additionally, you can add notes that support Markdown syntax.

Widget Behavior

Within the "Behavior" section, you can define how your widget operates: choose between "Viewport" or "Global" modes. Additionally, you can make your widgets collapsible, allowing you to hide them when needed. Learn more about widget behavior here.

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