How to Read a Sankey Visualization

n dimensions + 1 metric

Shows the distribution of a metric on several dimensions, with the value of each dimension’s distribution shown on the next dimension. Continuer la lecture de How to Read a Sankey Visualization

How to read Leaderboards

Leaderboard

The leaderboard displays a metric over a dimension in a way that allows you to easily categorize each dimension value’s “performance” in terms of the metric value.

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How To Read Line Graphs

Line Graphs

Lines are primarily used with a time dimension on the x-axis and allow you to observe the evolution of a metric over time. It’s possible to add a supplementary dimension, where each value of the dimension is represented on a different line. The lines can represent different metrics if it makes sense and they share an axis in common.

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How to Read Stacked and Bar & Line Graphs

GROUPED/STACKED BARS

These add a dimension to the bar chart, represented by a group of bars or one « cut » bar on the dimension of the horizontal axis.

Stacked mode allows you to effectively observe the evolution of the sum of elements of a dimension, over the dimension of the x-axis (example: time), and gives you an idea of the distribution of elements within that dimension.

Grouped mode compares the parallel evolutions of each element of the dimension, which is shown by a group of bars.

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How to Read Bars with Objective & Bars Year-Over-Year

BARS WITH OBJECTIVE

The bars with an objective visualization grant you the ability to compare your activities against a pre-set numerical objective or benchmark while also permitting a progressive view of your results over time.

Do your sales meet your expectations? Are your results getting closer to or further away from your goals each month?

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