Dendrogram

Dendrogram Description Dendrogram is a hierarchy diagram that shows the relationship between sequentially merged classes. The data can be visualized in a linear or a radial fashion. Arcs connect the nodes of data. A dendrogram requires one Measure and at least two Source data columns for input. You can add more than two data to the Source field to create multiple layers. The hierarchy will […]

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Co-Occurrence Matrix

Co-Occurrence Matrix Description Co-Occurrence matrix shows the distribution of co-occurring values in a dataset. For instance, this diagram can easily reveal the interactions of a group of people. Source, Target and Measure fields only accept one numeric data column as input. This diagram also counts the times the source and target values meet and shows this measure on intersections. […]

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Circle Packing

Circle Packing Description Circle packing is a hierarchy diagram and is often used for visualizing breakdown of groupings in large data. Children nodes are packed into parent nodes and represent the magnitudes with their size. A circle packing requires one numeric data column for Measure and at least two numeric data columns for Source field. You can add more […]

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Chord Diagram

Chord Diagram Description Chord diagram represents inter-relationships in a data matrix. It does a great job at showing numerous connections at once. A wheel of points are connected with chords. Source, Target and Measure fields only accept one numeric data column as input. You can also select a Group to color the Source data accordingly. Please remember to select an Expression for data in the Measure field […]

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Calendar Map

Calendar Map Description Calendar map is a visual representation of daily data across a given year or years. Date Field and Measure fields only accept one numeric data column as input. Please note that the Date Field column data needs to be in date format, while Measure can be either text or numeric data. Remember to select an Expression if you select numeric data […]

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Bullet Diagram

Bullet Diagram Description Bullet diagram is used to compare a given quantitative measure (e.g. profit, revenue) against qualitative ranges (e.g. poor, satisfactory, good) and related markers (e.g. the targets). Source, Measure and Marker Fields only accept one numeric data column as input. You can also select any number of columns for Range Fields. These will form the qualitative ranges, in the […]

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