Spotfire’s geographic mapping capabilities have long been recognized as some of the best in the business. Spotfire maps have been used to gain insight for improving operational efficiency, such as supply chain point-to-point routing or oil field exploration and discovery. But did you know this same mapping technology can also… Read More →
The filter search on the Filter Panel is used to quickly find a filter. The default search will perform a simple text match on the column name of your filters. More advanced syntax can be used to further refine your filter list.
I often get asked for pointers to Spotfire online resources. To help disseminate this information, I’ve compiled a page with some commonly used links to popular and useful Spotfire content. Please take a look – maybe you’ll find some light (or heavy) reading for your holiday break! You can click… Read More →
Spotfire includes a long list of functions that are available whenever adding a new calculated column or axis expression. It’s also possible to customize this list with your own functions using R.
Christof Gaenzler recently posted this tip to his online followers. It describes how to cleanup the legend for a more streamlined view. This is often an overlooked configuration option of the legend, but it can be a good choice for removing chart junk. If you don’t already follow Christof on… Read More →
Spotfire has long had a powerful modeling environment for connecting to data. But did you know it’s also possible to just drop in your own custom queries? This can be a quick way to connect to data, especially if you already have a query ready to go.
In an earlier post, we saw how easy it is to customize the initial state of analysis through the web link. But it’s also possible when using the desktop app as well. This post shows you how.
With a few clicks, its possible to add a new dimension to your time series data that allows for filtering based on how far in the past or in the future the event occurred.