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    @visa/bivariate-mapbox-map

    Prototype Component: Use at your own risk.

    This component is an experimental prototype and undergoing more work. It has not been fully tested to the extent that core, product-grade Visa Chart Components have been. Functionality is likely to change and some or many features may be even be deprecated.


    Description

    A custom mapbox implementation to render a bivariate map of the US (msa and zip level).

    Installation Steps

    • Using npm
      $ npm i @visa/bivariate-mapbox-map
      
    • Using yarn
      $ yarn add @visa/bivariate-mapbox-map
      

    Props Documentation

    • height Number: Height in px of the map container
    • width Number: Width in px of the map container
    • token String: Mapbox API token to use for the map render, this should be your specific token for your application/visualization.
    • mainTitle String: The h2 tag of title for the map (or you can create your own separately).
    • subTitle String: The p tag for a sub title for the map (or you can create your own separately).

    accessors

    • ordinalAccessor String: The key of the data field (key/value pair) which holds the identifier of the geography (e.g., zip code of MSA ID).
    • ordinalNameAccessor String: The key of the data field which holds the name of the geography (e.g., zip code of MSA ID).
    • valueAccessors Array[string,string]: An array containing 2 (and only 2) strings which map to the keys of the data fields containing the metrics for the bivariate scheme of the map.
    • noDataAccessor String: The key of the data field (key/value pair) which holds the boolean identifier as to whether the metrics for this data record should not be displayed.

    style

    • colorPalette String oneOf(redBlue, bluePurple, greenBlue, purpleOrange): String enumerator which specifies which bivariate color palette to use (these palettes were obtained from https://www.joshuastevens.net/cartography/make-a-bivariate-choropleth-map/).
    • defaultColor String: Valid hex color code to be used when a geometry does not have a corresponding value mapped to it.
    • pinStyle Object: An object containing two keys (size and overrideColor) which determine the size of hardcoded color of the pin. If you do not send overrideColor, the pin color will match the geometry's color.
    • showEmpty Boolean: This boolean input will toggle visibility of the empty polygons on the map. These are items which non of your data matches.

    data

    • msaData Array: An array of n data objects containing data which is to be mapped to the MSA layer of the map.
    • selectMSAs Array: An array of n data objects containing data which should be put into "selected state" for the MSA level.
    • zipData Array: An array of n data objects containing data which is to be mapped to the ZIP layer of the map.
    • selectZips Array: An array of n data objects containing data which should be put into "selected state" for the zip level.
    • lassoData Object: A hash of n lasso objects, requires objects to be valid lassos (often saved from the onSelectionFunc callback via d.lassoFilter, assuming you send d into the callback.
    • pinIDs string[]: An array of n strings which contain the identifier/key of the geometries which should have a pin placed on it, pins only render for the current layer being viewed on the map (either MSA or zip, but not both at the same time).
    • bivariateFilter Number[0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]: An array of up to 9 numerical values (from 0 to 8) which associate the bins that should be selected in the bivariate key on the map.
    • hideNoData Boolean: This boolean input will toggle visibility of the polygons where d[noDataAccessor] === true. These are items which your data matches to, but the noDataAccessor resolves true. This can be used in combination with other props like bivariateFilter to ensure this set of records is handled alongside data that can be shown.

    map stuff

    • fitBounds Array[Array[Number,Number,Number,Number]...n]: An array of n bounding box arrays which will be used to zoom/place the map viewport. Each bounding box array holds 4 values.
    • zoomThreshold Number: a numerical value which is a valid mapbox zoom level. This value will determine at what zoom point will the layers switch from MSA layer to zip layer data.
    • preserveDrawingBuffer boolean: Toggle the options.preserveDrawingBuffer option for the instance of the mapbox map. Defaults to false as this has a performance impact on rendering.

    tooltip

    • showTooltip boolean: When truthy, allows tooltips to be displayed.
    • tooltipLabel object: An object interface which allows you to customize the tooltip content (has keys format, labelAccessor, labelTitle, and follows the standard Visa Chart Components implementation).
    • noDataMessage String: This string will be displayed with ordinalAccessor and ordinalNameAccessor within the tooltip when hovering on a point that has d[noDataAccessor] === true.

    interactivity

    Events in stencil.js dispatch Custom DOM events for other components to handle, we use Stencil's @Event() decorator to emit these events.

    • selectionFunc function: When selectionFunc event occurs, this event handler will be called with an object "d" (see object below). You will need to construct your own functionality of what actions to take within the callback.
    onSelectionHandler = (d, layer) => {
      const output = {
        layer, // the current layer
        colorFilter: [...this.bivariateFilter], // the current state of the bivariate key
        lassoFilter: { ...this.lassoCollection }, // the current state of lassos
        data: [...d] // the resulting data that has been filtered by bivariateFilter, lassos, or selectMsas/selectZips
      };
      this.selectionFunc.emit(output);
    };
    • clickFunc function: When clickFunc event occurs, this event handler will be called with an object "d" (see object below). You will need to construct your own functionality of what actions to take within the callback.
        ...
        this.clickFunc.emit({
            msa: msaFeatureData,
            zip: zipFeatureData
        });
        ...
    • hoverFunc function: When hoverFunc event occurs, this event handler will be called with an object "d" (see object below). You will need to construct your own functionality of what actions to take within the callback.
    onHoverHandler = d => {
      const featureData = [];
      if (d) {
        d.map(innerD => {
          if (innerD.state.data) {
            featureData.push(innerD.state.data);
          }
        });
      }
      this.hoverFunc.emit(featureData);
    };
    • moveEndFunc function: When moveEndFunc event occurs, this event handler will be called with an object "d" (see object below). You will need to construct your own functionality of what actions to take within the callback.
    this.moveEndFunc.emit({
      e,
      zoom: this.map.getZoom(),
      bounds: this.map.getBounds(),
      center: this.map.getCenter()
    });
    • binUpdateFunc function: When binUpdateFunc event occurs, this event handler will be called with an object "d" (see object below). You will need to construct your own functionality of what actions to take within the callback. The main purpose of this pub/sub method is to get up-to-date information on the bivariate key bins for both msa and zip layers.
        // the assumed render order for a bivariate key is:
        // [ 6, 7, 8,
        //   3, 4, 5,
        //   0, 1, 2 ]
        const bivariateBins: any = { zip: [], msa: [] };
        binUpdateHandler() {
            if (typeof this.onBinUpdateFunc === 'function') {
            this.binUpdateFunc.emit(this.bivariateBins);
            }
        }

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    Install

    npm i @visa/bivariate-mapbox-map

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    9

    Version

    5.1.3

    License

    SEE LICENCE IN LICENSE

    Unpacked Size

    12.6 MB

    Total Files

    61

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    Collaborators

    • stephmod
    • chris-demartini