◆ Using interval charts: Histograms, Line-charts
Interval charts include histogram charts for numeric attributes, and line-charts for timestamp attributes. These charts show data trends by aggregating data into bins (ranges of numbers or dates), and then visualizing the data in each bin using the bar height, or line position.
Numeric attributes describe quantity/size/volume of observation per records, such as the money value of each sale, or the number of participants in events.
Timestamp attributes describe when / observed time of each record, such as the data of transaction, birthday of an employee, or the start/end dates of programs.
Creating a histogram chart : aggregating numeric attributes
Creating a line chart : aggregating timestamp attributes
Learn how to quickly create and add interval charts (histograms and line charts) into the dashboard.
You can control the visible chart types of an interval chart, which supports two types of visualizations:
- Histograms or Line-charts are based on fixed-width binning.
- Percentile charts (for numeric data) uses bins that include 10% (percentile) of the data.
- Learn how to select a specific range to filter numeric or timestamp data
- Learn how to filter out, or filter to, missing data in a numeric or timestamp attribute.
- Learn how to remove range filters in an interval chart.
- Interval visualizations bin (aggregate) records in intervals and visualize the data in each bin using the bar height, or line position.
- You can adjust bin heights, ranges, zoom and measurement scales of interval charts.
- Percentile charts provides an alternative compact look into distribution of numeric data.