Einblick unbounded canvases can be easily navigated using the following zoom in/out shortcuts.
Zoom with trackpad
Users using a device with a trackpad can use a pinch in and pinch out gesture to quickly zoom in and zoom out in a canvas.
Zoom with non-trackpad
Users using a device without a trackpad can use a combination of a mouse wheel and the CTRL button to quickly zoom in and zoom out in a canvas.
Einblick's visualizations are not static and can be used to compose visual queries over your data. Visual queries and filter links benefit from the following shortcuts.
If you drag out the bottom right icon of a pivot chart onto another compatible visualization you will obtain a standard filter.
If you click one time on a standard filter you will obtain a brushing filter. Brushing filters are useful to highlight the contribution of an upstream population into a downstream distribution.
If you click two times on a standard filter you will obtain a negation filter. A negation filter simply negates the selection made in the upstream visualization.
It is possible to combine multiple filters using the and/or logical operator by clicking on the target visualization/operator input filter.
The operators displayed in a canvas can be deleted using the following shortcuts.
Right-click on any visualization to quickly access that operator menu from which you can delete the operator itself.
To perform a bulk delete of many operators in a canvas just press the CTRL button while pressing the left button of your mouse. A yellow line will appear indicating the area that is going to be touched by the bulk delete.
Pivot Chart Selection
To select multiple bins or points from a visualization just press the CTRL button while pressing the left button of your mouse. IMPORTANT: Be careful to remain within the visualization boundaries, if your scribble goes outside the visualization your scribble will turn into a Bulk Delete, which will delete your visualization.
Canvas Blocks and Multiselect
To create a canvas block, hold CTRL and draw a circle on the canvas. If you draw without touching any operators, it will automatically create a canvas block.
When drawing this gesture over operators, you will be given the option to create a canvas block, or to multiselect all the operators.