Graham’s earlier post demonstrated how you can use the online Brunel app (http://brunelvis.org/try) to try out Brunel and include live visualizations that show your data within blog posts or other online content.
Partly because it is somewhat self-serving–since we will use this very blog for this exact purpose; but mostly, because we feel this is something Brunel can offer, we have updated the app with several new features and a new look.
The video demonstrates all of the new features, but the major ones are:
- The Gallery and Cookbook are now integrated directly into the app
- More editing features (titles, descriptions and resizing)
- Uploaded or referenced data will show the individual data fields–selecting any one will show a quick visualization of that field
- More deployment options. Specifically, there are two new options that produce self-contained visualizations that do not require our service for deployment.