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Chart Builder Guide

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

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Tutorials and guides

Chart Builder Guide

The Chart Builder is a tool designed to make it easy to create graphs and charts of your data. It allows users to add different datasets, properties and metrics, and adjust visual elements like colors, shapes, and labels.




Adding Data

To start building a chart, you must add a dataset. Click on ‘Add Event’ to select from your available datasets. If the dataset you want isn't available please review your connected datasets within "Data Flow".

To remove a dataset you no longer need click on the "# Events" to the right of the "Add Events" button, and click the X beside the relevant dataset(s).


Configuring your chart

Once one, or multiple datasets have been added, you must select which properties, or metrics you want to chart. This is done by "dragging and dropping" your chosen property over to the boxes in the second column:

X Axis: Determines the horizontal axis, usually for time or categories.

Y Axis: Determines the primary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure

Y Axis: Determines the secondary vertical axis, typically a quantitative measure, if you want to observe how two different measures move in relation to each other.

Colors: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different colors.

Shapes: Group values by a particular property (e.g. break down by country), will show as different shapes.

Labels: Add labels to the data points to enhance readability

Chart Filters: Restrict the data displayed based on certain criteria. Select the relevant property and then configure the filter by clicking within the box.


More advanced data configuration:

  • Clicking the cog symbol within each box will allow feature specific customization (such as axes config)

  • Clicking the "data type" symbol next to each property will allow you to configure the aggregation (e.g. sum, max, average)


Changing the chart type

At the top of the second column there is the option to change the visual representaiton of the data. By default this is a line chart. Click this to see a list of different options:



Renaming and general chart settings

To the right of the "chart type" is a cog symbol. Click this for more options to configure the general chart such as:

  • Renaming

  • Whether or not to show a legend

  • Whether or not to show a tooltip

  • Whether or not to allow labels to overlap.




Saving the Chart

After customizing the chart, you can save it by clicking ‘Save Chart’ in the bottom right to preserve it, and save it into a Dashboard.

Dashboards Guide

API & SDK Specification

© Copyright 2023. All rights reserved.