Mirrored Bars

Mirrored Bars Description Mirrored bars are useful for comparing two measures of a source data side by side. Both axes use the same increments and this diagram looks best when the two measures include close values. A mirrored bars diagram requires one Source and two Measure data. Please note that the Measure fields need to […]

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Seat Map

Seat Map Description Seating arrangements or organization charts are where the seat map shines. This diagram comes in Linear and Radial flavors. The first looks great when visualizing a hierarchy or distribution, while the latter literally shows the composition of items, in a theater seating format. A seat map accepts one Group and one Source […]

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Slope Graph

Slope Graph Description Slope graph compares the trend of one field against two groups. This diagram only displays an A to B relation; the points in between are not relevant. This diagram is fairly similar to a line multiples with an emphasis on the start and end points. A slope graph accepts one X-Axis, one […]

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Bump Diagram

Bump DiagramDescription Bump diagram is perfectly suited for showing the change in the rankings of a group of items over a period of time. A bump diagram accepts only one Source, one Group Field and one Ranking data. Please note that the Measure needs to contain numeric fields and remember to select an Expression for […]

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Gantt Diagram

Gantt DiagramDescription Gantt diagrams are great for illustrating a project schedule. Gantt diagrams show the start and finish dates of the projects, and the percentage complete. A Gantt diagram requires at least one Task, one Start and one End data. Please note that Start and End need to be date data. Alternatively, you can select a […]

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Timeline Diagram

Timeline DiagramDescription A timeline is a graphical way of displaying a list of events in chronological order. A timeline requires at least one Source and one Start Date data. Without an End Date, it will work pretty much like a calendar map. Alternatively, you can select a Group to separate the Source data accordingly. Anatomy

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Matrix Diagram

Matrix DiagramDescription A matrix diagram is great for comparing three different variables at the same time. Circles are positioned on the diagram as they correlate to the X and Y axis variables and the variable is represented through the size of the circle. A matrix diagram accepts one Row Field, one Column Field and one […]

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Network Diagram

Network DiagramDescription Network diagram is most useful if a one-way relationship between the elements exists. For example, it can be used to graph the number of students assigned to a faculty member. Network diagram only accepts one data column for Source, Target, Relation Field and Measure fields. Please note that the Measures need to contain […]

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Force Directed Graph

Force Directed GraphDescription Force directed is great for outlining a hierarchy. Network diagrams, sales data and similar cases are common examples. Force directed requires one Measure and at least two Source data columns for input. Please note that the Measures need to contain numeric fields and remember to select an Expression for each numeric Measure field by clicking on […]

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Bubble Diagram

Bubble DiagramDescription A packed bubbles diagram is good for displaying the relevance or impact of particular data via the size and color of circles. Dimensions define the individual bubbles, and measures define the size and color of the individual circles. Sales data or wealth management applications are common examples. Bubble diagram accepts one Source and […]

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