pivotjs

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pivotjs

pivotjs is a Javascript library which calculate pivot table data for multiple rows and columns with multiple measure.

How to use

Install

pivotjs is avaliable as npm library, so just call npm install command to install this.

npm install pivotjs[ --save]

Prepare data

pivotjs manipulate Array typed data with Objects as following.

var records = [
  { category: 'A', data: 'a1', date: '2016-01-01', month: '2016-01', day: '01', value: 100},
  { category: 'A', data: 'a1', date: '2016-01-01', month: '2016-01', day: '01', value: 50},
  { category: 'A', data: 'a2', date: '2016-01-01', month: '2016-01', day: '01', value: 20},
  { category: 'B', data: 'b1', date: '2016-01-02', month: '2016-01', day: '02', value: 150},
  { category: 'B', data: 'b2', date: '2016-01-03', month: '2016-01', day: '03', value: 200},
  { category: 'C', data: 'c1', date: '2016-01-01', month: '2016-01', day: '01', value: 100},
  { category: 'C', data: 'c2', date: '2016-02-01', month: '2016-02', day: '01', value: 10}
]

Params for pivot

measures

measure param is Array with measure objects which has key, format and aggregation attributes. pivotjs provides some aggregation function as following

sum
count
counta
unique
average
median
mode
max
min

Example for measure param is following.

var measures = [
  {
    key: 'value',
    name: 'SUM',
    format: 'int',
    aggregation: 'sum'
  },
  {
    key: 'value',
    name: 'AVERAGE',
    format: 'float',
    aggregation: 'average'
  }
];

Dimension(rows and cols)

Params for rows and cols are same object structure which has id(key) and sort attribute, but sort is object and has 2 types('self' and 'measure') like following. For sort by self value (i.e.: using value A, B, C in this case)

var rows = [
  {
    id: 'category',
    sort: {
      type: 'self',
      ascending: true
    }
  }
];

Or for sort by measure value (i.e.: using value 170, 350, 10 in this case), key#sort is the columns key which is used by as sort value.

var rows = [
  {
    id: 'category',
    sort: {
      type: 'measure',
      key['2016-01']
      measureIndex: 0,
      ascending: false
    }
  }
];

If you want to populate pivot data with multiple rows, you just put another dimension object into rows array.

var rows = [
  {
    id: 'category',
    sort: {
      type: 'measure',
      measureIndex: 0,
      ascending: false
    }
  },
  {
    id: 'data',
    sort: {
      type: 'self',
      ascending: true
    }
  }
];

This is same for cols.

var cols = [
  {
    id: 'month',
    sort: {
      type: 'self',
      ascending: true
    }
  },
  {
    id: 'day',
    sort: {
      type: 'self',
      ascending: true
    }
  }
];

Populate data

Just create Pivot class instance with argument object which has records, measures, rows, cols param object And call populate method.

var params = {
  records: records,
  measures: measures,
  rows: rows,
  cols: cols
};
var pivot = new Pivot(params);
pivot.populate();

Get populated data

Get row keys and col keys

getSortedRowKeys(or getSortedColKeys)#pivot returns Each possible keys for rows or cols.

var rowKeys = pivot.getSortedRowKeys();
console.log(rowKeys);
-----
[['A', 'a1'], ['A', 'a2'], ['B', 'b1'], ['B', 'b2'], ['C', 'c1'],['C', 'c2']]
-----

var colKeys = pivot.getSortedColKeys();
console.log(colKeys);
-----
[['2016-01', '01'], ['2016-01', '02'], ['2016-01', '03'], ['2016-02', '01']]
-----

Get data

values(rowKey, colKey)#pivot returns Array of measures which has populated data for specified row and col key. For example, if you want to get data for row:['A', 'a1'] and col:['2016-01', '01'] do like following.

var values = pivot.values(rowKeys[0], colKeys[0]);
console.log(values[0].value());
-----
150 // value for measure[0] i.e. summed value
-----

console.log(values[1].value());
-----
75 // value for measure[1] i.e. averaged value
-----

Build

npm run build

Test

npm run test

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