Linear Gauge

Linear Gauge Description Like other gauge types, linear gauges too are great for tracking progress or completion rates. They closely resemble a bullet diagram. Sales, budgeting or inventory analyses are common examples. A linear gauge requires at least one Data Field. You can also add a Marker Field to each field selection. When you select more than one […]

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Dial Gauge

Dial Gauge Description                                                      Dial gauges are excellent for tracking progress or completion rates. Critical success factor, GPA or performance score analyses are common examples. A dial gauge requires at least one Data Field. When you select more than one field, these will be shown on new gauges in the order you place them on Selected Data. Please […]

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Digital Gauge

Digital Gauge Description Digital gauges act like an interactive display card; they show a quantity in a fancy way. This gauge can be used to report inventories or “X Interval to Date” totals. A digital gauge requires at least one Data Field. When you select more than one field, these will be shown on new gauges […]

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Standard Gauge

Standard Gauge Description Standard gauges are excellent for tracking progress or completion rates. Critical success factor, GPA or performance score analyses are common examples. A standard gauge requires at least one Data Field. When you select more than one field, these will be shown on new gauges in the order you place them on Selected Data. Please […]

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