Bubble Chart

Overview

The Bubble Chart is a chart type that makes it possible to visualize data in three dimensions. An entry is a value combination of the position in the chart and the bubble size.


Note that: It's not possible to display negative values on the third dimension (bubble size) for the Bubble Chart 


The following figure shows a Bubble Chart representing the relation between the annual income (x-Axis), the spending score (y-Axis) and age (bubble size) of a sample of mall customers (grouped by gender).

Steps to follow

  1. Create a workflow with a Result Table processor or a Filterable Result Table (FRT)
  2. Create a new report for the workflow
  3. In the report add a new Container by clicking "Add Report Container" or by double-clicking in the empty canvas.
  4. Select a processor with the data that should be visualized
  5. Switch to edit mode
  6. Open the chart menu and change the type Bubble Chart
  7. Set the mandatory fields: 
    • Chart type
    • x-Axis column
    • y-Axis column
    • Bubble size column
    • The group by column


Check the full Demo under Attachements


Configuration


1. Data Manipulation

    Filter shown data. It's possible to add a filter for each column.


2. Chart Type*

    Choose a chart type. Choices are labelled chart and 3D chart


3. x-Axis*

    Choose a numerical column for x-Axis


4. y-Axis*

    Choose a numerical column for y-Axis


5. Bubble size*

    Choose a numerical column for the bubble size


6. Group-By Column*

    Choose a group-by column


7. Description

    Select the column that should be shown as description


8. Axis format

    Format the x-Axis and the y-Axis values (can also be set to invisible)


9. Axis Labels

    Set and format the x-Axis and the y-Axis labels


10. Color

    Change the bubbles color


11. Format Data

    Used to alter one or multiple columns without changing the corresponding data. Add new Format Groups, select the format and add the target columns.


12. General Chart Container Settings

    Change the background color and and chose whether to display the container title.



























































Scatter Plot

Overview

The Scatter Plot Chart is a chart type that makes it possible to visualize multi dimensional data (two to three dimensions) using dots. By representing each entry in multiple dimensions, it is easier to detect eventual correlation between the variables.


Note that: Unlike the Bubble Chart, it's possible to display negative values on the third dimension (z-Axis) for the Scatter Plot Chart.


The following figure shows a Scatter Plot Chart representing the relationship between the annual income (x-Axis) and the spending score (y-Axis) of a sample of mall customers (grouped by gender) both in a 2-dimensional and a 3-dimensional plot (the third dimension is the customer's age).


Steps to follow

  1. Create a workflow with a Result Table processor or a Filterable Result Table (FRT)
  2. Create a new report for the workflow
  3. In the report add a new Container by clicking "Add Report Container" or by double-clicking in the empty canvas.
  4. Select a processor with the data that should be visualized
  5. Switch to edit mode
  6. Open the chart menu and change the type to Scatter Plot Chart
  7. Set the mandatory fields: 
    • x-Axis column
    • y-Axis column


Check the full Demo under Attachements


Configuration

1. Data Manipulation

    Filter shown data. it's possible to add a filter for each column.


2. x-Axis*

    Choose a numerical column for x-Axis


3. y-Axis*

    Choose a numerical column for y-Axis


4. z-Axis

    Choose a numerical column for the z-Axis


5. Group

    Choose a group-by column, different colors will be represented by different colors


6. Description

    Select the column that should be shown as description


7. Axis format

    Format the x-Axis, the y-Axis and the z-Axis values (can also be set to invisible)


8. Axis Labels

    Set and format the x-Axis and the y-Axis labels


9. Color

    Change the dots color


10. Format Data

    Used to alter one or multiple columns without changing the corresponding data. Add new Format Groups, select the format and add the target columns.


11. General Chart Container Settings

    Change the background color and and chose whether to display the container title.