Sigma’s development team has created a set of example plugins, listed below.

All of our example plugins are hosted and can be added to your organization. To view / add an example plugin to your organization, follow the steps to register a plugin using its Production URL, listed below.

You can also visit Sigma’s Sample Plugin repository directly on Github.

Summary of Content

Use an Example in Your Organization
Run an Example Locally
Related Resources

Use an Example in Your Organization

The following examples can be viewed when added to your organization. 

To add an example plugin to your organization, follow the steps to register a plugin using its Production URL listed below.

  • Recharts Bar Chart
    A basic bar chart built with the Recharts library.
    Source code    |     Production URL: https://sigma-sample-bar-chart-54049.netlify.app/

  • D3 Candlestick
    A candlestick visualization built with D3.
    Source code    |     Production URL: https://sigma-sample-candlestick-chart-1664e5.netlify.app/

  • Narrative Science Quill
    Demonstrates secure text entry.
    Source code    |    Production URL: https://narrativescience-quill-3ee312.netlify.app/

  • D3 Graph
    Demonstrates usage of multiple data sources and in-memory joins.
    Source code    |    Production URL: https://d3-graph-3a0d0f.netlify.app/

  • D3 Sunburst
    A sunburst visualization built with D3.
    Source code    |    Production URL: https://d3-sunburst-b97c7c.netlify.app/
  • Frappe Heatmap
    A basic Frappe visualization example.
    Source code    |    Production URL: https://frappe-heatmap-9a4163.netlify.app/

Run an Example Locally

  1. Open your terminal, and navigate to the directory you want to save the example’s in.
  2. Clone Sigma’s Sample Plugin repository.
    git clone https://github.com/sigmacomputing/sigma-sample-plugins.git 
  3. Navigate to the plugin you would like to try.
    cd sigma-sample-plugins/<plugin-name>
  4. Run the plugin.
    yarn && yarn start
    Note: For additional instructions, visit the README file located in the main directory of any given example plugin.

Related Resources

Get Started with Custom Plugins
Register a Plugin with your Sigma Organization