Report for Soccer Data with R

The workflow reads a small data set containing statistics from the 2006 world soccer championship (e.g. for each participating country the number of goals, committed fouls, etc). This data is then visualized using an R view, whereby the view is controlled by a workflow switch (a histogram or an association plot) and then send to the reporting. (Top branch of the workflow.)

Example for a Chemical Report

The workflow demonstrates how to generate a basic report that contains chemical structures. Example data from PubChem is read in from an sdf file (that is embedded in the workflow with the knime://knime.workflow/ relative URL). A simple k-Medoids clustering is performed, and the results are exposed to the BIRT reporting tool using the Data to Report nodes. Note that the report can be viewed by clicking the report editor perspective button.

Using KNIME Colors in BIRT Report

Demonstrates how to use the colors defined in a KNIME Color Manager in the reporting.

1) In KNIME: Define colors in Color Manager
2) In KNIME: Extract colors from color model and send color table to BIRT/Reporting
3) In Birt: Define "onFetch" script on color data set from step (2)
This will put the a color key-value pair (class->colorID) into a PersistentGlobalVariable
(Birt calls JavaScript during report generation)
4) In Birt: Use a dummy/hidden text element as first report element to access the

BIRT Example Advanced

Input data set contains inspection scores for local restaurants. Final report includes: - zip code selection page - tables with scores - score bar chart as images produced in the central loop - box plot of score distribution - bar chart of top and lowest score in each zip code area. All bar charts are placed one for each page. You can see this when exporting the workflow onto pdf or doc format.

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