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The Advanced gauge helps us visualize a single value within a given scale as pointed by the needle on the colored data range or chart axis. This chart type is often used in executive dashboards to show key business indicators.
Linear Gauge, an xViz Custom Visual can be best used to visualize a KPI. The Linear Gauge gives one the ability to compare the actual and target values. The color bar in Linear gauge shows you how much progress an organization has made toward key targets such as month on month or year over year.
The xViz Tag Cloud gives you a more visually interesting way to look at the tags or words that come along with your data. It can be product descriptions, tags from twitter, names of customers or even employees.
The xViz Hierarchical Variance table provides the ability to the user to view and analyze hierarchical data with much more detailing added to it. The extensive list of features lets you to consume business trends, hierarchies and different forms of data all at once and view it in a much appealing visual form.
Horizon chart gives you an easier way to visualize several stacked line or area charts sliced horizontally by categories. The baseline for each slice would still be zero and it helps you analyse the outliers in the time-series easily.
The Marimekko chart allows you to encode two values (e.g. Revenue & profit margin) along its width and height of each dimension (e.g. product) or a combination of two dimensions (e.g. Products in New York). Let’s look at some of the highlights of this custom visual briefly.
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The Multiple Axes Chart that comes with the xViz enterprise suite gives you the ability to have up to 5 axes, conditional formatting and much more…
The xViz Variance Chart provides the user with the capability to compare a performance and benchmark with variance visualized in both absolute & % terms…