Question on a smoother transition of output graphs

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Question on a smoother transition of output graphs

Heejong Lee
Hi,

I would like to use Zeppelin as a live dashboard alternative. I was happy with the nicely preconfigured UI of Zeppelin for the first few hours but suddenly realized that the output part of the paragraph is automatically folded before refreshing while the input part is running. It makes somehow my Zeppelin dashboard notebook blink every few minutes when I enable the built-in scheduler. I wonder if the smoother transition of the regenerated output graph is possible.  It would be nice to have the current graph untouched until the next one is available at least. Any advice for me?

Thanks,
Heejong

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Re: Question on a smoother transition of output graphs

Park Hoon
Hi, we can think few options. (of course and more)

1. Keep the previous result and set lower transparent for it while running the paragraph.
2. Clean the previous output and keep the height at least. 

and +1 for improving that part. 


Thanks.

On Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 3:49 AM, Heejong Lee <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

I would like to use Zeppelin as a live dashboard alternative. I was happy with the nicely preconfigured UI of Zeppelin for the first few hours but suddenly realized that the output part of the paragraph is automatically folded before refreshing while the input part is running. It makes somehow my Zeppelin dashboard notebook blink every few minutes when I enable the built-in scheduler. I wonder if the smoother transition of the regenerated output graph is possible.  It would be nice to have the current graph untouched until the next one is available at least. Any advice for me?

Thanks,
Heejong

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