JIDE Pivot Grid is a Java/Swing
implementation of the famous PivotTable feature as
you can find in Microsoft Office Excel as well as
many other analytic and OLAP applications. A pivot
table enables you to take what seems to be an
indecipherable mass of facts and extract any trends
and patterns buried in the data. You can organize
and summarize your data, perform comparisons, and
extract meaningful information that can be
invaluable to you and your organization. It’s
a very powerful tool and now you finally can use it
in your Java application with several lines of code.
JIDE Pivot Grid is built on top of the award winning
JIDE Grids which provides a solid foundation for
table related features in Java/Swing.
Support reading data from any TableModel that can be
generated from any data
sources such as database, XML, file, network stream, you
Support drag-n-drop to rearrange pivot fields by end
Automatic calculate summary for your data. It supports
SUM, MAX, MIN, MEAN, VAR,
STDDEV, COUNT by defaults. You can also introduce your
own summary using Java code.
Automatic calculate total and grand total for row fields
and column fields.
Supports group values using ObjectGrouper. For example,
you can group all sales
data in the first three months of a year to Quarter 1 if
you want to analyze
sales data quarterly.
Supports customized cell styles and format for cells in
data table, row header
and column header table.
Supports calculated field, a new field which is
calculated from another field or
fields in the original data source.
Supports a powerful expression to allow user to define a
new field on fly.
Supports saving pivot layout to xml file and load it
AggregateTable is a special table that can
aggregate/merge cells with the same values and add
expand button to expand or collapse the rows.