Circle Clusters Diagram

Circle Clusters DiagramDescription Circle clusters diagram plots a dataset against a given measure. This diagram is most useful for identifying where groupings occur in the comparison measure. A circle cluster accepts only one Source, one Group Field and one Measure data. Please note that the Measure needs to contain numeric fields and remember to select […]

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Abacus Diagram

Abacus Diagram Description Abacus diagram works similar to a bar chart. Magnitudes are plotted on a grid matrix and this visualization makes it easier to track how each item compare to the rest in up to two groupings. Abacus diagram requires at least one Source and one Measure data. You can add more than one […]

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Word Cloud

Word Cloud Description Word cloud represents text data visually. It is commonly used to analyze long texts or survey answers. Word cloud requires only one Source data column. The words will be sized depending on how many times they repeat in the data. You can also make the diagram Exclude Stop Words, such as “and, or, but”. Simply […]

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Treemap

Treemap Description Treemap is a diagram that visualizes hierarchical data in form of nested rectangles. The size of the rectangles represent quantity, while the color code helps compare the magnitudes within each group. A treemap accepts any number of Source fields and one Measure field for input. The hierarchy will be formed in the order […]

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Sunburst Diagram

Sunburst Diagram Description Sunburst diagram is essentially a variation of pie chart. While pie chart has only one dimension representing the size of each pie, sunburst diagram has multiple numeric fields each representing a ring around the previous one. A sunburst diagram accepts one Measure and two or more Source data columns for input. The hierarchy will be formed […]

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Streamgraph

Streamgraph Description Streamgraph is a variation of stacked area chart, displaced around a central axis with smooth lines. A streamgraph accepts one X-Axis Field, one Group Field and one Measure data column for input. Please note that the X-Axis Field and Measure need to contain numeric data and remember to select an Expression for the Measure field by selecting it first, and then choosing from the drop down. […]

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Sankey Diagram

Sankey Diagram Description Sankey diagram represents a flow of a measure between two or more dimensions. It’s often used for visualizing a distribution of resources or cash flow. Sankey diagram accepts one Measure and two or more Source data columns for input. The columns selected for Source will be placed from left to right, in the order they are selected. Please […]

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Parallel Lines

Parallel Lines Description Parallel lines diagram looks like a time series visualization, but the axes actually don’t have to be in a particular order. It is commonly used for comparing quantitative measures of one parameter, side by side. A parallel lines diagram accepts one Source and two or more Measure data columns for input. Alternatively, you can also select […]

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Heatmap

Heatmap Description Heatmap represents data in matrix format with added color coding, to signify corresponding magnitudes. Working pretty much like a pivot table, a heatmap accepts one Row Field, one Column Field and one Measure data columns for input. Remember to select an Expression if you select numeric data for Measure. You can do this by clicking on the field first and then […]

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Force Directed

Force Directed Description With three types of link modes, force layout can be used to show hierarchies, directed relationships or contribution of an element to a whole. Be it business or social networks, organization charts or identifying connections; force layout can solve several modern data problems. Tree This link mode is preferable when a hierarchy needs […]

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