The line chart can be used to compare change in a set of variables over time. The line chart can be used to track several objects or entities over a period of time, allowing for a condensed analysis of your entire temporal dataset.
Follow these steps to create a Line Chart:
1. Click the Show Charts button on the top-right of the window.
2. Click Add Chart > Line Chart.
A settings panel will appear, allowing you to configure the line chart.
|A title to use for the chart.
|The dataset containing the fields for the line chart.
|Use Filtered Data
|Enable to use filtered data on the line chart.
|Field to use for the X Axis. Defaults to a
|Show Grid Line
|Display vertical grid lines for the Y Axis ticks.
|For temporal data, the time interval to use for X ticks.
|Apply formatting to values on the X Axis. Select from a list of supported formatting options.
|Field to use the for Y Axis. Select an aggregation type on the right. Defaults to
|String to use as a title along the Y axis.
|Select from the supported aggregation options.
|Show Grid Line
|Display horizontal lines for the X Axis ticks.
|Apply formatting to values on the Y Axis. Select from a list of supported formatting options.
|Field to use to create groups.
|Group to use as a benchmark. Benchmarks appear as dotted lines.
|Max Number of Groups
|The maximum number of groups to display.
|Enable to group all other groups that are not included in "Max Number of Groups."
|Choose a method to sort groups.
|Choose a method to color lines.
|The color range to use for the lines in the Line Chart.
|Add a hint for the chart. You can use expressions to design the parameterized hint. For more information, see chart hints.
|Enable to display a shaded area below each line.
|Show Percentage Change
|Enable to display the percentage change from the chart's start.
|Show Axis Lines
|Enable to show grid lines on the Y and X axis.
|Enable to display a legend mapping the color scheme.
Updated about 1 month ago