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Vizlib Bar Chart Properties - Data and Data Handling

Vizlib BarChart supports either one dimension with multiple metrics or two dimensions with one metric. The data section permits you to add dimensions or metrics dynamically and decide whether they should be used directly or be added as alternative dimensions.


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  • Calc. Condition

You have the ability to specify calculation conditions.

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  • Calc. Condition

You have the ability to specify calculation conditions.

  • Bar Color

Gives you the ability to specify one color for the measures, overriding any global color settings. You can also specify the bar color using a Qlik expression.

  • Bar Opacity

Gives you the ability to specify the bar opacity (100% represents full opacity) for the measures bars.

  • Benchmark

Allow you to create another bar layer behind the existing bars for benchmarking purposes. The benchmark value (which can also be an expression) defines the value and height of the benchmark bars.

  • Data Values

Show/Hides data values for the particular measures additional settings on the bar chart values can be found under appearance.

  • Accumulate Values

Provides you with the ability to accumulate values over the dimension. This is particularly valuable when using time dimensions and you wish to see the increments added up to an overall total at the end of the period. 

  • Custom Tooltip

You can choose to over-ride the default tooltip settings in the extension and only display tooltip from your custom HTML. 

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Data Handling

The Vizlib Bar Chart supports suppression of zero values and overall calculation conditions.

  • Data downloading

Gives you the ability to pre-define the amount of data that is downloaded for the particular combination of dimensions and measures. By default, this is limited to the first 5000 rows.

  • Suppress Zero Values

This setting will suppress rows in the bar chart which are only 0's.

  • Show

Show/Hide the chart depending on a calculation condition.

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