To present your data you can choose from a set of different Chart types. This article will give you an overview of the available Chart types. To learn more about how to configure a Chart, please read the article about how to display data using Charts.
|Line Chart||Displays its data series as connected lines.||Line Charts are useful to see the development or trends of chosen key figures.|
|Column Chart||Displays data using vertical bars. Multiple data series can be displayed next to each other.||Column Charts can be used to compare different key figures in the same dimensionality. For example, you can use it to compare the profit across different Scenarios and years.|
|Bar Chart||Displays data as a rotated Column Chart.||Bar Charts enable the same usage as a Column Chart.|
Displays its data by stacking the elements on top/next to each other if multiple data series are displayed.
|Stacked Charts are mostly used when multiple data series for the same value are displayed.|
|Pie Chart||Displays the data via proportional slices in a circular graph.||Pie Charts are often used to effectively show the proportions of data.|
|Area Chart||Displays data as an extension of the Line Chart with the area below a line being filled with colour.||Area Charts can be used to visualize data and its trends over time.|
|Mixed Chart||This Chart is a combination between a stacked Column Chart and a Line Chart. By default, data series are displayed as stacked vertical bars, but it is possible to configure single data series to be displayed as a line.||Mixed Charts can be used to display the relations between multiple key figures.|
|Table||Displays data in a tabular format and flexibly selecting dimensions for the rows and columns. In tables, you can display a lot of information from different key figures and their sub - figures across multiple Dimensions and compare different Scenarios.||With Tables, you can, for example, build profit and loss statements, cash-flow statements and more. In Valsight you have the ability to do so in an aggregated or detailed format.|
|Waterfall Chart||Displays a transition between values.||Waterfall Charts can be used to create a Profit Bridge that explains how the profit developed was from one year to the next or to create an Assumption Bridge that explains a Simulation Scenario by adding up the effects of all Assumptions.|
|Packed bubble Chart||Displays data using the size (and colour) of bubbles. The positioning of the bubbles is not significant but is optimized for compactness.||Packed Bubble Charts are used to, for example, display the effects of several Assumptions.|
|Scenario Bridge||Displays the effect of all Assumptions on a key figure.||With Scenario Bridges, you can show the effect of the whole Assumptions or the effect of each Line-Item inside the Assumptions.|
|Model Tree||Shows the graphical Value Driver structure of the underlying Model and allows the display of values for multiple Scenarios inside of the Nodes.||Model Trees are useful to understand how data flows through a Model and impacts top KPIs.|