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Configuring Bar Charts in the Report Builder

When you add a vertical or horizontal bar chart to a report, you can configure additional options.

Before You Begin

Procedure

  1. On the Web Console, click Reports.

    The Worldwide Dashboard appears.

  2. To open a report where you have already added a data set, from the navigation pane, click Configuration > Reports, next to the Report Name under Actions, click Edit.
  3. Optional: If your report has multiple pages, click the tab for the page that you want to edit.
  4. From the Visualization tab, drag Vertical Bar or Horizontal Bar to the Drop components to build the report box.
  5. From the Data Sets list, drag an alphabetic-type field name to the Drop X-Axis box.

    By default, the Y-Axis will display a count of the field that you selected for the X-Axis.

  6. If you want to graph something other than the default, delete the Y-Axis selection, and from the Data Sets list, drag another field name to the Drop Y-Axis box.

    A list appears under Drop Y-Axis.

  7. Select an option for the type of aggregate information that you want to display in the chart.

    Options vary based on the type of field that you select.

  8. You can drop multiple field names into the Drop Y-Axis box to plot multiple bars in the chart.

  9. Select the chart, on the Properties tab, click General , and then configure any of the chart options.

    For information about options on this tab, see General Properties for Horizontal Bar Charts.

  10. On the Properties tab, click Fields , and then configure any of the chart settings.

    For information about options on this tab, see Field Properties for Horizontal Bar Charts.

  11. To configure settings under Custom Code , see Configuring Custom Code and Custom Styles for Reports.
  12. To save this version of your report specification in the Reports Manager, at the top of the Report Builder page, click Save.
  13. To make the report available to end users on the Reports page, at the top of the page, click Deploy.

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Last modified: 5/7/2019 7:24:33 PM