Layout

25 Mar 20212 minutes to read

You can decide on the visual representation of nodes belonging to all the treemap levels using the ItemsLayoutMode property of the TreeMap.

There are four different TreeMap layouts such as

  • Squarified Layout
  • SliceAndDiceAuto Layout
  • SliceAndDiceHorizontal Layout
  • SliceAndDiceVertical Layout

Squarified Layout

Squarified layout creates rectangles with best aspect ratio.

protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

    this.treemap.DataSource = TreeMapPopulationData.GetData();



}
<div style="min-height:404px">

<ej:Treemap ID="treemap" runat="server" WeightValuePath = "Population" ColorValuePath = "Growth" ItemsLayoutMode= squarified>

</ej:Treemap>

</div>

ASPNET TreeMap Layout Image1

SliceAndDiceAuto Layout

SliceAndDiceAuto layout creates rectangles with high aspect ratio and displays them sorted both horizontally and vertically.

  • html
  • <div style="min-height:404px">
    
    <ej:Treemap ID="treemap" runat="server" WeightValuePath = "Population" ColorValuePath = "Growth" ItemsLayoutMode = “sliceanddiceauto” >
    
    </ej:Treemap>
    
    </div>

    ASPNET TreeMap Layout Image2

    SliceAndDiceHorizontal Layout

    SliceAndDiceHorizontal layout creates rectangles with high aspect ratio and displays them sorted horizontally.

  • html
  • <div style="min-height:404px">
    
        <ej:Treemap ID="treemap" runat="server" WeightValuePath = "Population" ColorValuePath = "Growth" ItemsLayoutMode= “sliceanddicehorizontal”>
    
        </ej:Treemap>
    
    </div>

    ASPNET TreeMap Layout Image3

    SliceAndDiceVertical Layout

    SliceAndDiceVertical layout creates rectangles with high aspect ratio and displays them sorted vertical.

  • html
  • <div style="min-height:404px">
    
        <ej:Treemap ID="treemap" runat="server" WeightValuePath = "Population" ColorValuePath = "Growth" ItemsLayoutMode= “sliceanddicevertical”>
    
        </ej:Treemap>
    
    </div>

    ASPNET TreeMap Layout Image4