When you add a visualization widget to a storyboard, you need to define a number of settings in the widget settings pane. The settings available in this pane vary depending on the visualization type. The settings are grouped under the following tabs:
The most common actions that you can perform on the data tab are the following:
- Select a dataset, dimensions, measures, trellises, tooltips, and so on.
- Add filters for the visualization data.
- Specify how to display the colored values of a dimension: stacked or clustered.
- Set the maximum number of data items to be shown in a visualization at once.
- Set up the auto-refresh interval.
For details, see Visualization settings (data tab).
The most common actions that you can perform on the appearance tab are the following:
- Define a color palette for the visualization.
- Select the style for the visualization.
- Define the visualization background and fonts.
- Set colors and fonts for the visualization title, legend, category axis, and value axis.
- Manage numbers (set precision, decimal and thousand separators, and prefixes).
- Define the trellis layout and scale.
- Set the margins.
For details, see Visualization settings (appearance tab).
On the analytics tab, you can specify whether to show the following data value lines and data guides:
You can define the formatting options for the value lines and their labels. For details, see Visualization settings (analytics tab).