03 August 2021
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You can now represent RKGMS data graphically in the RelationalAI console, by using the rich graphics available through Vega and Vega-Lite. Both formats use the JSON format to describe visualizations such as bar charts, area charts, line charts, circular charts, scatter plots, and geographic maps. You can incorporate any valid Vega or Vega-Lite code directly into a cell. The results display directly in the RelationalAI console.
You can draw on the detailed examples of Vega and Vega Lite to begin representing data graphically within the RelationalAI console.
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