We are just getting started with using Viktor and are trying to understand if it possible to show multiple output views at the same time.
I know it is possible to do geom+data for example but we would love have geom+ graph at the same time for our project.
Is there a way we can achieve this?
You can find all available views here: Fundamentals - Views | VIKTOR Documentation
It is currently not possible to combine a GeometryView and PlotlyView into a single view.
It might be good to mention that it is possible to show multiple views in a single editor, albeit on separate tabs. This is achieved by adding more than 1 method with a view decorator on the Controller , such as the example below:
@GeometryView("3D Model", duration_guess=2)
def method_1(self, params, **kwargs):
@DataView("Cost overview", duration_guess=1)
def method_2(self, params, **kwargs):
def method_3(self, params, **kwargs):
You can use the persistent storage feature to store results, which can be reused across multiple views to prevent additional calculation time.