The bubble diagram visualization displays series of data grouped into packed circles.
The radius of circles depends on the type of metric aggregations.
For more information, see Y-axis aggregations.
The buckets aggregations determine what information is shown in the diagram.
You can do a maximum of two aggregations at a time. The first aggregation will create the parent circles, while the second aggregation will create the child circles.
Parent circles look slightly different to the children ones. Parent circles have a thicker border and the label is written in bold.
The parents bubbles are divided by color. If you do a subaggregation (child), you will see the bubbles divided by family. Child bubbles are located near the parent and all have the same color. If you drag a bubble, all members of the family will move.
In the diagram there are two options
- Show Parents
When selected, parent bubbles are visible when doing the subaggregation.
- Enable Zoom
Enables zoom on the page. To use the zoom, use the mouse wheel.
All circles gravitate towards the center of the visualization. When you drag a circle, its family follows it.
Moving the mouse pointer over a circle shows detailed information in a tooltip.
You can create filters by double-clicking the bubbles. When you double-click a child, you will be asked to confirm the application of the filter on the filter bar.
Click Apply Now to set the filter and display the bubble and its parent.
When you double-click a parent, you will see the bubble and its family.