Combination Chart

Combination Chart Description Combination charts essentially bring several chart types together and can demonstrate a direct comparison between different data using the same Y axis or two separate axes. All data groups need to share the same X axis regardless. Combo charts are useful for comparing two different metrics side-by-side. Combo chart allows for one […]

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Radar Chart

Radar ChartDescription Plotting various stats against each other, Radar charts are often used to compare multiple items at a single point. A radar chart requires one X Axis and one Y Axis data. You can add more than one data to the Y Axis field to create multiple series. Alternatively, you can select a Group […]

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Pyramid Chart

Pyramid Chart Description Pyramid charts are used to show how much an item contributes to the whole. Pyramid chart looks like an upside down funnel chart. A donut chart requires one Size Field and one Group Field. The pyramid will be made from the Size Field data and Group Field determines how the levels will be split. Please note that the Size Field needs […]

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Funnel Chart

Funnel Chart Description Funnel charts are used to show how much an item contributes to the whole. Funnel chart looks like an upside down pyramid chart. A donut chart requires one Size Field and one Group Field. The funnel will be made from the Size Field data and Group Field determines how the levels will be split. Please note that the Size Field needs […]

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Bubble Chart

Bubble Chart Description They work similar to a scatter chart, but bubble chart also features a third variable. The size of the data points visualize this third attribute. A bubble chart requires at least one X Axis Field, one Y Axis Field and one Size Field. You can add more than one data to the Y Axis Field to create multiple series. […]

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Pie Chart

Pie Chart Description Pie charts are used to show the significance of an item in the total. Unlike donut charts, pie charts don’t have their middle section cut out. A pie chart requires one Size Field and one Group Field. The pie will be made from the Size Field data and Group Field determines how the slices will be split. Please note […]

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Donut Chart

Donut Chart Description Donut charts are used to show the significance of an item in the total. Unlike pie charts, donut charts have the middle section cut out. A donut chart requires one Size Field and one Group Field. The donut will be made from the Size Field data and Group Field determines how the slices will be split. Please note that […]

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Bar Chart

Bar Chart Description Column charts can be used to show cumulative totals or change over time, as well as qualitative (features, properties) data. Bar charts are horizontal, whereas column charts are vertical. A column chart requires at least one X Axis and one Y Axis data. You can add more than one data to the Y Axis field to create multiple […]

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Scatter Chart

Scatter Chart Description Scatter charts are often used for visualizing data with lots of elements or when the data intervals are inconsistent. A scatter chart requires at least one X Axis and one Y Axis data. You can add more than one data to the Y Axis field to create multiple series. Alternatively, you can select a Group to separate the Y Axis data accordingly. […]

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Line Chart

Line Chart Description A staple in data visualization, Line charts are most commonly used for showing trends, or a change over time. A line chart requires at least one X Axis and one Y Axis data. You can add more than one data to the Y Axis field to create multiple series. Alternatively, you can select a Group to separate the Y Axis data accordingly. […]

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