Spring into Action with Kurve (v1.17)

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April 7, 2022

Hey there! It has been a while since our last release... which is why we are more than thrilled to announce that the latest version of Kurve has arrived!  

Kurve v1.17 offers a ton of exciting updates and new features to better support data visualization in the flow of your business — and of course, some delightful capabilities to help you work faster and get more value from your data.

Upgrade to Kurve v1.17 now to take full advantage of all the goodness in this release!

Let’s look at some of the highlights in the Kurve v1.17 release:

Now let’s dive a little more into some of the new capabilities in this release!

1. Column Order Enhancements

You love reordering columns by dragging and dropping! There might be times when there are a lot of columns in a report, so we wanted to include a new way of reordering to make your job even easier. You now have 2 different ways of reordering columns:  

Like always, you can reorder columns by dragging and dropping the columns headers:  

AND, with the new version of Kurve, you can now rearrange the column order more easily in the column panel:

2. Gridline Settings

Gridlines in a graph are lines that cross the chart plot to show axis divisions.  

Many experts consider gridlines a thing of the past as they were used back when charts were drawn by hand on grid paper. People needed additional lines as a reference point to plot data more accurately. In today’s era of software-generated charts, gridlines are often viewed as redundant.  

However, gridlines help viewers of the chart see what value is represented by an unlabeled data point, and give valuable cues, especially for large or complicated charts.

With the new version of Kurve, you can now customize the gridlines by:

• Pixels: defines the gridline interval or gap between each gridline by pixels

• Number of Lines: defines the number of gridlines added

• Value Range: defines the gridline interval or gap between each gridline by number

Moreover, you can also change the line color, as well as the thickness of the gridlines, to tell a better story with your data

3. ‘Show All’ Button Feature

The new ‘Show All’ button in a Kurve graph allows you to view all record data in the Table of Record in a matter of seconds!  

You can always click and use the shift key to view multiple segments of data at a time, but this enhancement allows you to see all in one click!  

What is a Table of Record?

Similar to a Kurve Report, the Table of Record displays the graph data selected in a tabular format. The Show All window displays as much of the data as possible by default, up to 100 rows. Field names are shown as column headers, and can be dragged and dropped to change their display order.

You may also change the order in the column panel. Click a column header to sort the values in that column:

With the new 'Show All’ button, you get more work done with less effort in less time!  

4. Plot Line/Band Labels Setting Changes

Labels make a chart easier to understand, as they show details about a data series.

Creators of a Kurve Graph can now choose where plot line and band labels exist on the graph. This gives you more control, customization, and ultimately helps with the usability and overall visual aesthetic of your chart.  

To change your plot line and band labels:

  • Navigate to the Edit Graph Window
  • Click ‘Advanced Settings’
  • Click ‘Plot Settings’
  • Select either ‘Show labels inside graph’ or ‘Show labels below graph’ in the Plot Line/Band Labels Section

5. Query Filter Value Token Updates

Last but not least, viewing and editing values in query filters have never been easier! With Kurve v1.17, you can now:  

  • Easily detect if active query filters are applied to the graph or report.
  • See the value you are query filtering for from a new token (similar to how user filters are displayed)  
  • Click on the token to modify or inactivate query filters values more quickly

You may ask ‘what is a Kurve Query Filter and why should I use it?’ Well, think of query filter as a runtime filter. It can help you drill into data quicker by loading less results, which improves overall performance. Happy filtering!

Innovation is one of Kurve’s core values, and we commit to this value by releasing many new features and enhancements four times a year. While you patiently anticipate the next release, don’t forget to subscribe to Kurve’s Email List for updates, tips, and more!

A big thank you to the Kurve community! You motivate us every day with your invaluable expertise, dedication, and passion for using data visualization to solve every day TRIRIGA problems. Thank you for your continued feedback and inspiration!  

What are you waiting for? Get the latest version of Kurve today to start using all these exciting new features!

If you have questions on a specific feature or would like to see a quick demo of them all, please don’t hesitate to contact us at kurve@tjene.com

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