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Vizlib Table Properties - Measure Representations & Minicharts

There are 5 different representation types. 

With just one click you can turn the measure into: Text, Indicators, Progress bar, MiniChart or BulletChart.


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Text Representation

The Measure can be defined as text.

Text can also have the HTML or URL format by setting an URL Label. 

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Indicators can be set for the measure.

Different color can be defined for values above, below or equal to zero.

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Progress bar

Progress bar is a bar representation of the measure, you can set the color either using the color picker or by expression.

You can also toggle show value to show the figure inside the bar.

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Instead of looking at the text you can look at it as a bullet chart.
With just 1 click immediately transform your column into a bulletchart.

Set the target, define the target width and color for target and objects underneath and above it .
You can also toggle show value to show the figure inside the bar.

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The MiniChart allows you to add representations into each row of the table based on the dimensions, choosing from these options.

  • Small line chart
  • Bar chart 
  • Combo chart
  • Pie chart 
  • Stacked bar chart
  • Box plot

This works by displaying the measure across the provided dimension for the mini chart. Please note that the dimension must be a single field and cannot be a calculated dimension.

In version 3.16.0 of Vizlib Table (and above), Minicharts now support expressions with multiple parts and set analysis in all parts of the expression.


Why not get creative and try creating your own kind of minichart using symbols and emojis?

repeat('❤ ', rangemax(ceil(max(rand()*10)),1))

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Selecting Text as HTML for a column means you can also start to use images within your table. 

If you insert the HTML code string you want to use into Expression the image (or images) should display in the column. 

We've included an example below, with the output in the table and an example code structure, with the condition that the image changes if the City field has the value Seattle

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