Vizlib Waterfall uses dimensions and measures to group and calculate the data you're displaying. You can build the waterfall with 1 dimension and measure, or by choosing multiple measures, with the X-axis used to display a count.
With Vizlib Waterfall, you add dimensions and measures at setup. The settings can be found in the property panel under Dimensions and Measures.
Note: If you want to change dimension, the Add Dimension button will not work unless you delete the current one.
The Dimensions value is set to the master dimension as a default, but you can click the button and choose an item from the list to change it. You can choose to Include null values in the chart and also select a Limitation (No limitation, Fixed Number, Exact Value and Relative Value) which apply conditions which will affect the chart layout.
Figure 1: Vizlib Waterfall Dimensions
Like dimensions, you can change the master measure value in the Measures tab (Figure 2). You can also select a Number formatting option and enter a Calc. condition using the expression editor (Figure 2). If your chart is measure-driven (containing multiple measures and no dimensions) you'll also see an option to display Subtotals.
Figure 2: Vizlib Waterfall Measures
You can also customize your own Bar colors and choose to display or hide Data values.
Figure 3: Colors
Figure 4 shows a Vizlib Waterfall with multiple measures, and one of the measures broken down into sub-totals.
Figure 4: Vizlib Waterfall example