Learn more about the information that you need to provide and the options that you can select when you use widgets to create charts and tables.
Select the type of chart that you want to use to visualize the data.
Depending on the type of chart that you create, you might have additional or different configuration options.
If you choose Table as the chart type, you can send the information that is shown in the table by email to yourself and you can export the information.
You can use widgets to create the following types of charts:
- Bar chart
- Counter chart
- Donut chart .
- Integrations status chart . Create a table view chart that lists the integrations, the start and end run dates and times, and the status of each run.
- Stacked bar chart .
- Table-view . You can send the information that is shown by email to yourself or export the information so that you can share it with colleagues.
Mock-up of bar chart
The name of the chart.
Specify who can view the chart.
You can select an attribute of an object or you can use a saved report to filter the data that is shown in the chart.
Measurement (Y-Axis) settings
The name of the Y-AXIS.
You can choose total, sum, or average. If you select sum, you must select the sum field.
The name of the X-AXIS.
The data source for X-Axis values.
Empty Value Title
The name of the column, slice, and so on that you want to use when values aren't retrieved .
You can choose one of the following options:
- Top by. Select items with the highest values.
- Bottom by. Select items with the lowest values.
- Manual. Choose the items that you want to show in the chart.
Available for top by and bottom by selection and for bar charts, stacked bar charts, and donut charts.
Specify the number of bars or slices that you want to show in the chart.
Choose one of the following display orders:
Available for stacked bar charts.
Mock-up of stacked chart
For stacked bar charts, you add a right-sidebar that shows additional information about the chart. Let's say, you create a stacked bar chart for assets by location. And, you want to have a breakdown of the assets that are shown by status.
In the Decomposition section on the Widget Configuration field, you select Status as the Name.
You can also add an Empty Value Title. For example, if the status value for an asset is unavailable, you might add Status Unavailable in the Empty Value Title field.
Only available for Counter charts.
Mock-up of counter chart to show the position of labels
To make the information in counter type charts more compelling, you can add the following chart labels:
- Top Title
- Bottom Title