Learn how to interpret treemap components.
Treemap rectangles represent parent and child categories. This treemap has multiple parent and child rectangles.
Each rectangle in a treemap represents a parent category. For example, here is the bin parent category from the treemap.
Every parent rectangle is made up of child rectangles. In this example, the bin parent category includes jars, splunkd, and node child categories.
Rectangle size shows the relative importance of a particular parent or child category. You can use rectangle size to see how an aggregated metric, such as a yearly budget, breaks down into parent and child categories.
Treemaps can use one of the following color modes.
Each rectangle appears in a different color based on parent_category values.
Rectangles appear in different shades on a spectrum between a minimum and maximum color. color_field values in the data determine the particular shade for a rectangle.
No color mode
If no color mode is used, the diagram shows all rectangles in a single color.
Click a rectangle in a treemap to get more information.
Hover on a rectangle to see a tooltip with details about the category.
Click on a child rectangle to open a search using the child category values.
Click on a parent rectangle to zoom in on the parent category and its child categories.
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Treemap: 1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.1.0, 1.1.1, 1.2.0, 1.3.0, 1.4.0, 1.5.0