On Tue, 24 Nov 2020 07:45:52 -0700 (MST)
PaddleS <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Something new an that would be really great is to add implementation
for 3 (and potentially more) dimensional spreadsheets.
What it would look like :
Basically the same as a 2D spreadsheet. But by holding Alt+scrolling
with the mouse, you could change the third dimension, showing the 2D
spreadsheet of that third index.
For instance let's say the third dimensions use greek characters.
Then by default you see the "α" 2D spreadsheet showing the numbers
and letters grid at that value "α".
You hold Alt and scroll once and it changes to "β" 2D spreadsheet.
And so on.
Also it would require a way to select the X and Y axis in order to
visualize the data. So for instance you could change the X axis to
display the greek letters dimension and show the numbers on Y axis.
This could be really powerful. What do you think?
Maybe some examples of how it would be useful versus alternatives and
ideally some idea showing how easy to use it is?
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