A chart is a data visualization element that can contain a graphical diagram, a table, a map, or an indicator.

    You can create a chart with a wizard based on the data from one or more datasets. You can create an unlimited number of charts from a single dataset.

    The workspace of the wizard consists of three main parts:

    1. A dataset panel where you can see the available Dimensions and Measures fields. You can also add a field and a hierarchy to the list.

      • Dimension contains values that determine data characteristics, for example, a city, a date of purchase, a product category.

        These fields have green icons in the interface.

      • Measure contains values which aggregation functions are applied to, for example, a sum of clicks or a number of views.

        These fields have blue icons in the interface.

      • Visualization also features technical fields named Measure Values and Measure Names. Use them to create grouped column charts, apply colors to chart elements, and show captions for multiple fields at once.

    2. A visualization settings panel where you can select a chart type. Each type has its own set of slots where you can add the fields to (for example, X, Y, Colors, Sorting) by drag and drop or by clicking a + button.

    3. A preview panel where you can see your visualization change in real time as you modify its settings.

    You can save your charts and add them to dashboards.