In this tutorial, you will learn how to create stacked chart visualizations using a sample spreadsheet.
Access the links below for the Stacked Chart view walkthroughs:
You can also configure the following settings:
Axis Configuration: the axis configuration lets you configure the minimum and maximum values for your charts. The minimum value is set to 0 by default and the maximum calculated automatically depending on your values.
Logarithmic Axis Configuration: if you check the "Logarithmic" checkbox, the scale for your values will be calculated with a non-linear scale which takes magnitude into account instead of the usual linear scale.
For this tutorial, you will use the "Stacked Charts" sheet in the ReportPlus Tutorials Spreadsheet.
If needed, you can choose a different type of stacked chart fitted to your needs. In order to do this:
Similarly to the Gauge bounds, Chart axis configuration allows you to set the lowest and highest values in your chart (bounds). You can use this feature to include or exclude specific data.
Depending on whether you want to set the minimum or maximum value (or both), you will need to access one of the options:
For stacked charts, you can configure the Percentage Distribution. It allows you to switch between values and percentage distribution scales for those types of charts. In order to do this: