Variation on a theme

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Regarding my previous post....

A friend suggested I try circles w/ brightness AND transparency based on the number of pageviews for each IP. When I made the change, I could tell just by looking that something wasn't right. There should've been a few white opaque circles to represent the 3 IPs that viewed over 1000 pages in the 24hr period. So I started digging. It took a couple days to track down my problem: a rogue glitchenzoid in the scrabbard (if you're really interested, let me know). 

Another friend was checking out my visualization, and asked how to reset everything. So I added a reset button.

"I get by with a little help from my friends." J. Lennon/P. McCartney.

IPvisCrcls.jpg

"s" key = rotate (based on mouse vertical location)

Click mouse to toggle perspective vs. orthographic views

To filter data:
- hold down "x" key to filter X axis
- position mouse in Set Range box (start w/ a low setting)
- position mouse in Set IP box

Other keys for filtering process:
- "y" key for Y axis
- "z" key for Z axis
- "b" key for size of square
- "c" key for color of square


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