Webcharts v1.11.6 tweaks the histogram binning algorithm by using the domain specified in the settings instead of the extent of the values. Using the specified domain rather than the extent of the values makes comparisons between the full set of data and a subset more straightforward.
Webcharts v1.11.4 addresses these issues:
clip-pathattribute of all data marks now defaults to the chart's
- when the user specifies values for a subsetter, those values will be presented in the same order in the dropdown
- the logic behind the All option in subsetters has been modified to prevent issues in the edge case where All appears in the data
- added additional test pages
webcharts v1.10.0 makes the
controls objects more transparent from the perspective of the DOM by binding them to their associated DOM nodes, i.e.
controls.wrap. Charts and controls can now be accessed and destroyed from the DOM.
marks property of the
chart object now exposes new mark-specific data, such as mark group IDs, mark configuration, a d3 selection the mark SVG container, and a d3 selection of the individual marks' grouping elements. Rather than selecting the SVG then selecting the desired marks the selection is already in place in the each item of the
A full list of resolved issues is available here.