How to use the dc.deregisterAllCharts function in dc

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github mozilla / MozDef / meteor / client / alertsummary.js View on Github external
Template.alertssummary.destroyed = function() {
        dc.deregisterAllCharts( 'alertssummary' );
    };
github mozilla / MozDef / meteor / client / attackers.js View on Github external
sceneControls.enabled=false;
        sceneControls = null;
        sceneObjects=[];
        selectedObject=null;
        intersectedObject=null;
        mouse = null;
        offset = null;
        projector = null;
        plane = null;
        renderer = null;
        cssRenderer = null;
        characters = [];
        baseCharacter = null;
        clock=null;
        container = null;
        dc.deregisterAllCharts('attackers');
        ringChartAttackerCategory = null;
        ringChartLastSeen = null;
        ringChartIP = null;
        ndx = null;
        if (cursorAttackers){
            cursorAttackers.stop();
        }
        cursorAttackers=null;
    };//end template.attackers.destroyed
}
github mozilla / MozDef / meteor / client / mozdefhealth.js View on Github external
Template.mozdefhealth.destroyed = function() {
        dc.deregisterAllCharts();
    };
}

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A multi-dimensional charting library built to work natively with crossfilter and rendered using d3.js

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