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Filters: Filtering nodes

To start applying filters we must open the Filter panel clicking on the following icon on the right top of the screen:

The filter panel will open with the Nodes tab pre-selected:

Filter by category

Each category contains the amount on nodes shown in the visualization with the category, the selection option and the possibility to filter.

To filter by category we only need to click on the toggle located on the same line as the category; the filter will be applied to all nodes in the visualization with the filtered category.

Non filtered category:

Filtered category:

Filter by property value

To filter by property value we first need to open the category the property belongs to. We open the property and we look for the values we want to filter:

Textual property

For textual property, each value is listed. Each one has the amount on nodes shown in the visualization with that property value, the selection option and the possibility to filter.

Numerical property

For numerical property, the values are aggregated on a chart divided in 21 intervals with the height of the bars representing the amount of nodes with the value inside the interval.

Numerical filtering

Here we can filter out all the values smaller than the lower bound and bigger than the upper bound:

To activate the interval filtering, we need to activate the lower and/or upper bound by clicking on the + button of the bound we want to enable.

The picker for each bound will then appear on the chart:

The filter can be updated by dragging the pickers or changing the value directly in the input field:

To remove a bound, click on the trash icon next to the bound you want to remove.

Numerical values statistics

Here we can see the amount of node with valid values and select them:

Missing and invalid values statistics

Here we can see the amount of node with missing or invalid values, select and filter them: