Best for: comparing size of groups of data while also seeing the cumulative percentage in the form of a dotted-line chart.
The higher the dot is, the closer to the total of all bars. The furthest right dot will be 100%.
Palette: uses the colors from the selected palette.
Group by (Required): The field that will make up the individual bars.
Limit (Required): Determines how many bars will be displayed.
Threshold: if a value is present, a horizontal line will be drawn across the chart at this value.
Curve type: how the line chart curve is calculated. Try some of these out to get a feel for what works best for you.
Clickable: if selected, allows users to click to open a list of the data making up the bars.
Click through: if Clickable is selected, this optional field allows you to set the url suffix that the click should lead to. Defaults to the out-of-the-box list page if left empty.
Rotate labels: if selected, rotates the group labels.
Display grid: if selected, displays a grid behind the bars to give a better approximation of values.
Display axis line: if selected, displays the Y axis line.
Ignore filters: if selected and if there are filters defined for the dashboard, this chart will ignore the filters.
Dot size: Value in pixels of the radius of each dot. If empty, not dots will display.
Display label: if set, this value will be what is displayed as the chart title. If empty, the name of the chart will be used as the chart title. Set this value to none if you don’t want a chart title to be displayed.