This article shows you various ways a table visualization allows you to sort a metric set.
You can hide a column in a table, but you can still use that column in filtering, state rules, etc.
Visualizations include the ability to change the format of dates and other values.
You can display a text instead of a state indicator if your value does not fall within any of the states, such as for a null value.
Use color rules to apply colors to data points or series based on their values.
A histogram is a graphical representation of the distribution of numerical data.
A Pareto chart displays bars sorted in descending order and a line displaying the cumulative total.
This walkthrough shows you how to set up a box plot chart, also known as a box-and-whisker diagram.
This article explains how to show or hide data points representing total values on a chart.
This article shows you how to align data point labels inside bars towards the start or the ends of the bars.
Data point labels placed outside of chart data points can be configured to overlap with data or other labels.
The Range Bar chart is a bar chart that displays bars for each dimension (category), ranging between a start value and an end value.
This article shows you how to create a variable width column chart using a range chart.
This article shows you how to display symbols on a map and adjust their size or color based on data values.
This article describes how you can create a funnel chart in Dundas BI.