With the Linechart layer you can add your very own customized line chart to the KPI, using it to display trend or time series data. A good example is to add a bar chart as a background behind other objects with added opacity. This article contains details of the settings specific to the linechart layer. here
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You can add a Dimension and Measure (Figure 1), and specify a sort by either in Sorting by, and customize a Sorting method (Auto is the default). You can also select horizontal and vertical Orientation.
Figure 1: Dimension, Measure
Line Styling settings (Figure 2) let you set the line Representation, enable Line Visibility, Line Color, Line Opacity, Area Color, Line Thickness, Area Opacity and select a Line Type.
Figure 2: Line Styling
If you choose to show a label for the X Axis (Figure 3), you can set the X Axis Label Color, the X Axis Label Size, display an X Axis Title (setting the Font Family, X Axis Title, X Axis Title Color, X Axis Title Size and X Axis Title Opacity). Show an X Axis Line, set the X Axis Color, the X Axis Opacity and X Axis Thickness.
Figure 3: X Axis
You can also show an X Axis Line, set the X Axis Color, the X Axis Opacity and X Axis Thickness. You can choose to show X Axis Ticks (Figure 4), setting an X Axis Ticks Color, X Axis Ticks Opacity and X Axis Ticks Size.
Figure 4: X Axis
If you choose to show a label for the Y Axis (Figure 5), you can set the Y Axis Label Color, the Y Axis Label Size, display an Y Axis Title (setting the Font Family, Y Axis Title, Y Axis Title Color, Y Axis Title Size and Y Axis Title Opacity).
Figure 5: Y Axis
If you display a Y Axis Line, set the Y Axis Color, the Y Axis Opacity and Y Axis Thickness.
You can choose to show Y Axis Ticks (Figure 6), setting an Y Axis Ticks Color, Y Axis Ticks Opacity and Y Axis Ticks Size.
Figure 6: Y Axis