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@antv/data-wizard

v2.0.4-beta.0

Published

A js/ts library for data processing

Downloads

1,094

Readme

English | 简体中文

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The framework of DataWizard is as follows:

✨ Features

Data Processing

DataWizard can help you extract information of fields from a dataset sample by its DataFrame module. You can get or slice data by it. The information includes the field's characteristics (field name, data type, statistics, etc.) and properties (continuity, discreteness, etc.), as well as field-to-field relationships (correlation, periodicity, etc.).

For relational data (network data), DW processes and analyzes it through the GraphData module, which supports reading nodes-links data, links arrays, and hierarchical data. Using GraphData, you can parse arrays, graph data and hierarchical data, and extract common-used structural and statistical features. Also, the nodes and edges can be converted to DataFrame, and its API to analyze the statistics of each node field and link field.

In short, DataFrame and GraphData can help you understand and process a dataset. This is the premise of data analysis and Automatic chart recommendation.

Statistical Methods

The statistics module of DataWizard provides common statistical methods, including computing minimum, maximum, variance, Pearson correlation coefficient, etc. The statistical information extracting of DataFrame and GraphData is also based on statistics.

Data Mocking

The random module of DataWizard provides you comprehensive data mocking options. Data types include basic data, text data, datetime data, color data, Web data, location data, Chinese data address, etc.. You can use it to quickly develop some data generating or auto-filling functions. For example, the auto-fill function in the desgin engineering plugin Kitchen.

📦 Installation

$ npm install @antv/data-wizard

🔨 Quick Start

DataFrame

import { DataFrame } from '@antv/data-wizard';

/* Basic usage */
const df = new DataFrame([
  { a: 1, b: 4, c: 7 },
  { a: 2, b: 5, c: 8 },
  { a: 3, b: 6, c: 9 },
]);
/*
DataFrame
  {
    axes: [
      [0, 1, 2],
      ['a', 'b', 'c'],
    ],
    data: [
      [1, 4, 7],
      [2, 5, 8],
      [3, 6, 9],
    ],
    colData: [
      [1, 2, 3],
      [4, 5, 6],
      [7, 8, 9],
    ],
  }
*/

/** Get statistical information */
df.info();
/*
  [
    {
      count: 3,
      distinct: 3,
      type: 'integer',
      recommendation: 'integer',
      missing: 0,
      rawData: [1, 2, 3],
      valueMap: { '1': 1, '2': 1, '3': 1 },
      minimum: 1,
      maximum: 3,
      mean: 2,
      percentile5: 1,
      percentile25: 1,
      percentile50: 2,
      percentile75: 3,
      percentile95: 3,
      sum: 6,
      variance: 0.6666666666666666,
      standardDeviation: 0.816496580927726,
      zeros: 0,
      levelOfMeasurements: ['Interval', 'Discrete'],
      name: 'a',
    },
    {
      count: 3,
      distinct: 3,
      type: 'integer',
      recommendation: 'integer',
      missing: 0,
      rawData: [4, 5, 6],
      valueMap: { '4': 1, '5': 1, '6': 1 },
      minimum: 4,
      maximum: 6,
      mean: 5,
      percentile5: 4,
      percentile25: 4,
      percentile50: 5,
      percentile75: 6,
      percentile95: 6,
      sum: 15,
      variance: 0.6666666666666666,
      standardDeviation: 0.816496580927726,
      zeros: 0,
      levelOfMeasurements: ['Interval', 'Discrete'],
      name: 'b',
    },
    {
      count: 3,
      distinct: 3,
      type: 'integer',
      recommendation: 'integer',
      missing: 0,
      rawData: [7, 8, 9],
      valueMap: { '7': 1, '8': 1, '9': 1 },
      minimum: 7,
      maximum: 9,
      mean: 8,
      percentile5: 7,
      percentile25: 7,
      percentile50: 8,
      percentile75: 9,
      percentile95: 9,
      sum: 24,
      variance: 0.6666666666666666,
      standardDeviation: 0.816496580927726,
      zeros: 0,
      levelOfMeasurements: ['Interval', 'Discrete'],
      name: 'c',
    },
  ]
*/

statistics

import { statistics as stats } from '@antv/data-wizard';

/** Calculate minimum */
stats.min([1, 2, 3, 201, 999, 4, 5, 10]);
// 1

/** Calculate variance */
stats.variance([1, 2, 3, 201, 999, 4, 5, 10]);
// 106372.359375

/** Calculate Pearson correlation coefficient */
stats.pearson([1, 2, 3, 201, 999, 4, 5, 10], [12, 22, 23, 2201, 2999, 24, 25, 210]);
// 0.8863724626851197

random

import { random } from '@antv/data-wizard';

const r = new random();

/** Mock boolean */
r.boolean();
// true

/** Mock phone number */
r.phone({asterisk: true});
// '182****8595'

/** Mock datatime */
r.datetime();
// '2019-01-23T09:54:06+08:00'

/** Mock color */
r.rgb();
// 'rgb(202,80,38)'

/** Mock URL */
r.url();
// 'http://alo.tg/vivso'

/** Mock coordinates */
r.coordinates();
// '95.7034666, 80.9377218'

/** Mock Chinese address */
r.address();
// '广东省惠州市龙门县黄河胡同378号'

📖 Documentation

For more usages, please check the API reference.

📄 License

MIT