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).
The most common actions that you can perform on the advanced tab are the following:
- Include animation effects in the visualization.
- Create actions between several widgets.
For details, see Visualization settings (advanced tab).