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Chart Types

The chart type can be defined for the whole chart in Content Settings.

Below is a list of the chart types available in Bizview:

Area

These charts are used to illustrate accumulated totals using data over time.

Chart_Area

Note: This chart is in 3D.

Bar

Bar charts are used to illustrate frequencies or comparing values of different categories. Also useful when axis labels are longer. (Select among StackedBar and StackedBar100).

Chart_Bar

Bubble

A Bubble chart is a useful to represent three dimensions of data. Each bubble requires three kinds of values; XValue, YValue, and ZValue. The last value determines the size of the bubble.

Chart_Bubble

Column

Column chart is the most common chart type and therefore set as default. These charts are used to illustrate frequencies and comparisons between different categories.

Also useful in combination with other chart types i.e line charts.

Chart_Column

Doughnut

These charts are useful when wanting to compare one category with respect to an entire set of values.

Chart_Doughnut

Note: A single series chart and cannot be combined with other chart types.

Line

These chart is useful when wanting to observe the relation between a set of values by connecting them with lines. Works well in combination with column charts.

Chart_Line

Pie

Pie charts are useful when wanting to compare one value and its relation to an entire set of values.

Chart_Pie

Note: A single series chart and cannot be combined with other chart types.

Point

These charts are useful when wanting to show the relation between two or more quantitative variables.

Chart_Point

Pyramid

These charts are used when values, quantities, or other type of values need to be arranged in a hierarchical way.

Chart_Pyramid

Radar

Radar charts shows multivariate values in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative items represented on axes starting from the same point.

SectionFunnel

A single series chart that shows data that sums to 100% when summed.

Chart_SectionFunnel

StreamLineFunnel

The data is stream-lined meaning that each funnel slice in the funnel represents a process flow that has filtered out data. DataPoints are automatically sorted out in descending order based on their YValue.

Chart_StreamLineFunnel

Note: StreamLineFunnel is a single series chart.

StackedArea

Stacked Area charts show proportional relationships (a cumulative chart type).

Chart_StackedArea

StackedBar & StackedColumn

These charts are very useful when wanting to display proportional relationships over time. The emphasis is be more on values than time.

Chart_StackedBar

StackedBar100 & StackedColumn100

These charts are similar to StackedBar charts. The difference is that these charts have a fixed scale and data is represented in percentage.

Chart_StackedBar100

StepLine

A step line chart is similar to a line chart. StepLine does not use the shortest distance to connect two data points. Instead, the step line chart uses vertical and horizontal lines to connect the data points in a series forming a step-like structure and clearly showing rise and falls.

Chart_StepLine

SpLine

These are line charts that plots a fitted curve through each data point in a series.

Chart_SpLine

Note: SeriesDefined is a default setting that allows you to define chart types per series.

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Chart Types

The chart type can be defined for the whole chart in Content Settings.

Below is a list of the chart types available in Bizview:

Area

These charts are used to illustrate accumulated totals using data over time.

Chart_Area

Note: This chart is in 3D.

Bar

Bar charts are used to illustrate frequencies or comparing values of different categories. Also useful when axis labels are longer. (Select among StackedBar and StackedBar100).

Chart_Bar

Bubble

A Bubble chart is a useful to represent three dimensions of data. Each bubble requires three kinds of values; XValue, YValue, and ZValue. The last value determines the size of the bubble.

Chart_Bubble

Column

Column chart is the most common chart type and therefore set as default. These charts are used to illustrate frequencies and comparisons between different categories.

Also useful in combination with other chart types i.e line charts.

Chart_Column

Doughnut

These charts are useful when wanting to compare one category with respect to an entire set of values.

Chart_Doughnut

Note: A single series chart and cannot be combined with other chart types.

Line

These chart is useful when wanting to observe the relation between a set of values by connecting them with lines. Works well in combination with column charts.

Chart_Line

Pie

Pie charts are useful when wanting to compare one value and its relation to an entire set of values.

Chart_Pie

Note: A single series chart and cannot be combined with other chart types.

Point

These charts are useful when wanting to show the relation between two or more quantitative variables.

Chart_Point

Pyramid

These charts are used when values, quantities, or other type of values need to be arranged in a hierarchical way.

Chart_Pyramid

Radar

Radar charts shows multivariate values in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative items represented on axes starting from the same point.

SectionFunnel

A single series chart that shows data that sums to 100% when summed.

Chart_SectionFunnel

StreamLineFunnel

The data is stream-lined meaning that each funnel slice in the funnel represents a process flow that has filtered out data. DataPoints are automatically sorted out in descending order based on their YValue.

Chart_StreamLineFunnel

Note: StreamLineFunnel is a single series chart.

StackedArea

Stacked Area charts show proportional relationships (a cumulative chart type).

Chart_StackedArea

StackedBar & StackedColumn

These charts are very useful when wanting to display proportional relationships over time. The emphasis is be more on values than time.

Chart_StackedBar

StackedBar100 & StackedColumn100

These charts are similar to StackedBar charts. The difference is that these charts have a fixed scale and data is represented in percentage.

Chart_StackedBar100

StepLine

A step line chart is similar to a line chart. StepLine does not use the shortest distance to connect two data points. Instead, the step line chart uses vertical and horizontal lines to connect the data points in a series forming a step-like structure and clearly showing rise and falls.

Chart_StepLine

SpLine

These are line charts that plots a fitted curve through each data point in a series.

Chart_SpLine

Note: SeriesDefined is a default setting that allows you to define chart types per series.

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