TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Setup Wizard
- Example - Measure Driven
- Example - Orientation
- Example - Label Tilt
- Example - Variance (Two Measures, One Dimension)
It's activated when you add a Vizlib Waterfall object from the Custom Objects menu to a sheet Figure 1
- Once you've added the chart, you'll be asked to add the dimension (Month) and measure (New Customer Count).
Figure 1: Vizlib Waterfall Setup Wizard
Example - Measure Driven
You can create a "measure driven" waterfall using more than one measure. Figure 2 shows an example using measures related to cashflow.
Figure 2: Measure Driven Vizlib Waterfall
Example - Orientation
- You can also change the orientation of a waterfall, switching from a vertical to horizontal axis when you need it (Figure 3).
Figure 3: Waterfall Orientation
Example - Label Tilt
The Axis labels will tilt if the display space decreases (Figure 4).
Figure 4: Axis Labels
Example - Variance (Two Measures, One Dimension)
In a Variance waterfall consisting of one dimension and two measures (Figure 5), the first measure shows the starting point and the second measure (where you can set the labels and colors used) will be the end point. Any dimension values in the chart will automatically display the expression
(end measure - start measure)
Figure 5: Two Measures, One Dimension
If you choose to add a Legend, the colors will mirror the settings in Appearance.