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Column Chart - Basic
Column Charts are great for showing Values changes over time. This makes it one of the most useful charts for KPI dashboards.
Column Chart - Multiple
Multiple Column Charts group several KPIs together by time interval. This chart is useful for comparing daily or monthly values for different KPIs.
Column Chart - Stacked
Stacked column charts are great for showing a breakdown of time-based KPI data.
Column Chart - Category
Stacked column charts are great for showing a breakdown of time-based KPI data.
Line Chart - Smoothed
This is the same as a regular line chart, but the smoothed trend line is easier to follow. But, it is harder to read values form this chart.
Line Chart - Stepped
This variation on a line chart is ideal for comparing the differences between points in the chart. But, its harder to follow the data trend.
Line Chart - Multiple
Multiple line charts on the same chart is a great way to compare trend information.
Line Chart - Target
Target information is best shown as a line chart running through another chart type (like a column chart). This lets you easily see how your KPIs compare to the target value.
Point Chart
This is basically a line chart without the line. It is best used to show the variance in different interval values.
Area Chart - Basic
Area charts have the same advantages as line charts. The filled area makes the trend line more visible.
Area Chart - Smooth
This is the same as a regular area chart, but the smoothed trend line is easier to follow. But, it is harder to read values form this chart.
Area Chart - Stacked
Stacking area charts on top of each other lets you clearly see the value differences between KPIs. It is most effective when there is little data overlap.
Comparison Chart - Area
Comparison charts allow you to see yearly information side by side. Area comparison charts emphasise the trendlines of each year.
Radar Chart
The main use of a radar chart is to show the overall difference between categories with multiple KPIs.
Bar Chart - Basic
Bar charts show values on the X-Axis, and are well-suited for comparing values for different categories.
Bar Chart - Multiple
Multiple bar charts break down categorical data, showing KPI data for each category side by side.
Bar Chart - Stacked
Stacked bar charts let you easily compare values for categories to each other, as well as part of a whole.
Bar Chart - Stacked Percentage
These stacked bar charts always show a full bar divided into categories, making the part-whole relationship more apparent.
Pie Chart
The classic pie chart is the most common chart for showing categorical data. It's very useful for showing each category as a fraction of a whole.
Donut Chart
Essentially a pie chart with the centre removed. Text can be placed here to give context, but makes the chart less readable.
Comparison Chart - Radar
Comparison charts allow you to see yearly information side by side. Radar comparison charts are great for comparing overall yearly performances.
Data Table Summary
Adding a summary of the table data behind a complex chart gives the chart context, making it more easily understandable.
Funnel Chart
Funnel charts are perfect for KPIs that are linked in a business process. This lets you monitor the difference between each part of the process, and gauge improvement.
Gauge - Bar Indicator
Bar indicators show the same information as gauges, but in the form of a column which changes colour depending on target status.
Gauge - Digital
Target Dashboard's very own Digital Gauge shows additional time-based and numerical information to gauges. This makes them more useful for decision making.
Scorecard - Delta Change
A Scorecard shows an overview of selected KPI information, including both Target and trend information. They are very useful for fitting a lot of KPI information into a small space
Scorecard - Balanced Scorecard
The balanced scorecard is both a tool and business method. It allows you to gauge the overall progress of your company by comparing it pre-set KPI goals.
Comparison Chart - Column
Comparison charts allow you to see yearly information side by side. Column comparison charts emphasise KPI values.
Comparison Chart - Line
Comparison charts allow you to see yearly information side by side. Line comparison charts let you compare trends for each year.
Line Chart - Basic
Line charts are brilliant for showing trend information, and don't take up too much space. This makes them ideal for combining with other chart types.
Scorecard- Percentage
A Scorecard shows an overview of selected KPI information, including both Target and trend information. They are very useful for fitting a lot of KPI information into a small space
Gauge - Speedometer
Speedometer gauges are great for showing the immediate status of a KPI and its target. The status is colour-coded for visual impact.