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  • Share insights on tibbr with TIBCO Spotfire 3.3

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire 3.3 and forward Introduction This article describes a tool that integrates TIBCO Spotfire with tibbr in order to share and discuss an insight or visualization with others. We use the improved Bookmarks functionality in TIBCO Spotfire 3.3 to create...
    Posted to Weblog by Anna Lundberg on Thu, Jul 7 2011
  • Detecting the running environment

    Hey, I would like to create an extension that will be used for both (Spf Professional and Web Player) clients, but with different implementation details. For this I need to detect the Spf environment in any moment of the application lifecycle. For example, while registering tools and views from the AddIn...
    Posted to Forum by laszlo.barta on Tue, Oct 5 2010
  • Quickly Copy and Paste a Visualization from Spotfire

    Introduction You probably know you can export a visualization or data to a file using the the File> Export menu, but sometimes it would be nice to do just a quick copy to clipboard and then simply paste into an email or other document. The Edit > Copy Special... menu has some nice shortcuts that...
    Posted to Weblog by Anonymous on Mon, Mar 9 2009
  • Get things in order with Custom Sort Order

    Introduction By default Spotfire will sort categorical or String values in alphabetical order, and this is what you will see in the Filter Device and when the column is used in a visualization, for example the order of bars in a bar chart. This is logical, but there are definitely times where you want...
    Posted to Weblog by Anonymous on Thu, Mar 5 2009
  • Apply a Custom Fiscal Calendar with Calculated Columns

    Introduction The intelligent date handling in Spotfire lets you automatically slice and dice data into month, week, day, day of week, quarter, etc. That quarter option is quarter of the calendar year (e.g. Q1=Jan/Feb/Mar), which depending on the company you work for, may not match your fiscal year quarters...
    Posted to Weblog by Anonymous on Thu, Feb 12 2009
  • Improve Your Productivity with Keyboard Shortcuts

    Introduction To become a true Jedi with any software you must master the keyboard shortcuts. Yes, Ctrl+O for “File Open” is a no-brainer, but did you know Ctrl+3 for Insert Bar Chart or Ctrl+M for Filter to Marked Rows? Below is a quick printable list of shortcuts for Spotfire Professional. This list...
    Posted to Weblog by Anonymous on Mon, Feb 2 2009
  • Set a Big Axis Title Font for Exporting to PowerPoint

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire 2.2 and forward. Introduction Every time you export a visualization for a PowerPoint slide do you immediately add your own axis labels in an enormous font so that everyone in your next meeting will actually be able to read it on the big screen? This can get repetitive...
    Posted to Weblog by Anonymous on Fri, Jan 30 2009
  • Create a Year-Over-Year Comparison Chart

    Introduction This article shows you how to create a year-over-year (YOY) comparison chart, also sometimes called an index-year-ago (IYA) chart. A year-over-year chart looks at values over a time period, such as quarterly sales totals, and compares them to the same time period from the previous year....
    Posted to Weblog by Brendan Gibson on Wed, Jan 28 2009
  • Creating Custom Visualizations using Windows Presentation Foundation

    This article targets: TIBCO Spotfire 2.1 and forward                Download Source Code   Introduction Although TIBCO Spotfire is written in .NET 2.0, you can run it with any later version of the framework. As a matter of...
    Posted to Weblog by Ehsan Yazdani on Sun, Jan 25 2009
  • Fiddler - Web Debugging Made Easy

    In one of my previous posts , I introduced the TIBCO Spotfire HTTP client. One of the nicest features of this client is that it integrates very well with Fiddler , a tracing tool that is able to capture all network connections to and from an application. I highly recommend anyone writing Spotfire extensions...
    Posted to Weblog by Ehsan Yazdani on Sun, Jan 25 2009
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