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Defining worksheet's display item using spy.assets

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While building an asset tree using spy.assets, the display items of a worksheet can be defined under @Asset.Display(). The list below shows the options that can be set for each parameter of the display pane:

  • Color: str = any valid color hex for example #4055a3, #068c45, #9d248f. 
  • Line Style: str = {'Solid', 'Short Dash', 'Short Dash-Dot', 'Short Dash-Dot-Dot', 'Dot', 'Long Dash', 'Dash-Dot', 'Long Dash-Dot', 'Long Dash-Dot-Dot'} 

display1.png

  • Line Width: float = {1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, ...9.5, 10}
  • Lane: int = {1, 2, ...}
  • Samples Display: str = {'Line', 'Line and Sample', 'Samples', 'Bars'}

display1.png

  • Axis Auto Scale: bool
  • Axis Align: str = {'Left', 'Right'}
  • Axis Group: str = {'A', 'B', ...}
  • Axis Max: float
  • Axis Min: float

One example of display items set using @Asset.Display():

@Asset.Display()
def Bar_Graph (self, metadata, analysis):
    worksheet = analysis.worksheet('BarGraph')
    workstep = worksheet.workstep('BarGraph')
    workstep.display_items = [{
        "Item": self.Signal_1(),
        "Axis Group": "A",
        "Axis Auto Scale": True,
        "Lane": 1,
        "Line Style": "Solid",
        "Line Width": 10,
        "Samples Display": "Bars",
        "Color": "#4055A3"
    }, {
        "Item": self.self.Signal_2(),
        "Axis Group": "B",
        "Axis Auto Scale": True,
        "Lane": 1,
        "Line Style": "Short Dash",
        "Line Width": 1,
        "Samples Display": "Line",
        "Color": "#9D248F"
    }, {
        "Item": self.self.Signal_3(),
        "Axis Group": "B",
        "Axis Auto Scale": True,
        "Lane": 1,
        "Line Style": "Solid",
        "Line Width": 1,
        "Samples Display": "Line and Sample",
        "Color": "#CE561B"
    }, {
        "Item": self.self.Signal_4(),
        "Axis Group": "C",
        "Axis Auto Scale": False,
        "Axis Align": "Right",
        "Axis Max": 100.5,
        "Axis Min": 10,
        "Lane": 1,
        "Line Style": "Solid",
        "Line Width": 1,
        "Samples Display": "Samples",
        "Color": "#00A2DD"
    }]
    workstep.display_range = {'Start': '2020-06-11T00:00:00', 'End': '2020-07-12T00:00:00'}
    workstep.view = 'Trend'
    return workstep

 

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