Versuschart

Purpose & Application

Versuschart are good to compare two elements on different metrics, benchmark 2 variables across a set of dimensions.

๐Ÿ“ For example, Iโ€™d like to check how my employees are distributed by age category and gender.

Use this chart to compare two individuals on several metric.

๐Ÿ“ For example, Iโ€™d like to compare Paris vs Tahiti in terms of number of sunny days per year, average temperature, etc

Key Features

  • Flexible configuration : one chart, two usages! And note that you can display differents values from different scales/range. Pretty cool! ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Configuration

*Mandatory paramers

SectionOptionDescription

Dataset*

Select the dataset used by the chart

Label - Column*

Select the column that contains the metric to compare

Label - Right*

Type the name of the labels that should be display on the right side | โš ๏ธ This label should be included in the column you selected before.

Label - Left*

Type the name of the labels that should be display on the left side | โš ๏ธ This label should be included in the column you selected before.

Value*

Select the column that contains the value to compare

Category*

Select the column that contains the dimensions to be compared

Sort

Categories Order

Order categories based on a column, on an advanced order or a custom order

Display

Scale

Choose two bounds to scale the bars between to override min and max value for the bars

Display

Use same scale for all categories

Allows to use the same scale for all categories. This is meaning that can compare metrics across all the categories at the same time

Display

Versus Baseline

Define the minimum value for all bars

Display

Size

Define the chart size when having multiple ones

Display

Mobile Size

Define the chart size when having multiple ones on mobile

Display

Custom CSS Class

Set a custom CSS class to target this specific chart with CSS

Tutorial

Tutorial

Set a tutorial to help your users to understand the chart by giving him an id and a message

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