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Vizlib Combo Chart Properties - Data (Dimensions and Measures)

Vizlib Combo Chart supports one dimension with multiple measures. In the Data section you can add dimensions or measures dynamically and decide whether they should be used directly or be added as alternatives


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Dimensions


When you add a Dimension (Figure 1), you can choose a Field and add a custom Label, choose to
Include null values, set a data Limitation, choosing from Fixed number (e.g. top 10 values only), Exact value or Relative value (e.g. only show values above 50%). You can also choose to Show others (other values outside the scope of the dimension) and to only display the dimension if a Calculated Condition is met. You can also add a Master Item


Figure 1: Dimensions


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Measures


When you add a Measure (Figure 2), you can set an Expression for the measure, add a Label, select a Number formatting option, and enter a Format pattern. You can also choose to enter a Calculated condition, set the Axis Position and choose to Show Measure Label


Figure 2: Measure

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Measure Representation Types


You can choose between four types of Representation for your measure - Bar, Line, Icon and Symbol. Each have their own formatting settings. 


Bar


When you choose Bar (Figure 3) you can choose to choose the Background color or image, and set the Bar opacity 


Figure 3: Bar


Enabling a Benchmark (Figure 4) allows you to create another bar layer behind the existing bars. You can set a Benchmark Value (which can also be an expression), and defines the Benchmark Width, and Benchmark Alignment. You can enter a Custom Tooltip (HTML supported), and choose to Accumulate values (useful for time dimensions if you need to see increments). You can also add a Master Item


Figure 4: Benchmark, Tooltip, Accumulate Values


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Line


If you choose a Line representation type (Figure 5), you can set the Line Width, the Line Style, Line Curve Style, and turn the line into an area chart with Type.


Figure 5: Line


You can also choose to Show Values, set the Line Color, Line Opacity, enter a Custom Tooltip (HTML supported), and choose to Accumulate values (useful for time dimensions if you need to see increments). You can also add a Master Item.


Figure 6: Show Values, Tooltip, Accumulate Values


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Symbol


If you choose a Symbol representation type (Figure 7), you can choose a symbol from the dropdown, and set the Symbol Size, the Symbol Color, and Symbol Opacity.


Figure 7: Symbol 


You can also choose to show Data Values (Figure 8), enter a Custom Tooltip (HTML supported), and choose to Accumulate values (useful for time dimensions if you need to see increments). You can also add a Master Item.


Figure 8: Data Values, Custom Tooltip, Accumulate Values


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Icon


If you choose an Icon representation (Figure 9), you can choose a icon using the picker or an expression, and set the Symbol Size, the Icon Color, and Icon Opacity.


Figure 9: Icon


You can also choose to show Data Values (Figure 10), enter a Custom Tooltip (HTML supported), and choose to Accumulate values (useful for time dimensions if you need to see increments). You can also add a Master Item.




Figure 10: Show Values, Custom Tooltip, Accumulate Values



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