A Gauge Chart layer is similar to a pie chart, but with a needle or dial to indicate where your data point(s) fall over a particular range. A useful visualization tool, gauge charts can be used alongside line and bar charts. here
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The example here shows a gauge with a range of 0 - 100 and needles to indicate the data points.
Figure 1: Example
The Gauge Range settings (Figure 2) allow you to set a Min and Max value, set the range to run Clockwise and apply a Format as Number.
Figure 2: Gauge Range
Gauge Limits (Figure 4) allow you to display a limit on the gauge up to a certain value. You can enter a limit name, set the Value, and choose the Limit Color.
Figure 3: Gauge Limits
The settings for Gauge Needles (Figure 4) allow you to add a label with Show Label, choose a Reference Type and enter a Value.
Figure 4: Gauge Needles
You can also set the needle Size, Color and Opacity (Figure 5).
Figure 5: Gauge Needles
You can add Gauge Ticks (Figure 6) to the gauge, choosing a Scale, setting the Tick Font Style Type, Tick Font Color and Tick Font Size.
Figure 6: Gauge Ticks