Metrics Charts

A chart is a graphical representation for data visualization, in which the data is represented by symbols, such as bars in a bar chart, lines in a line chart, or slices in a pie chart. In a Facet workspace, you can choose from five types of charts to visualize your metrics.

Line Graph

Line graphs are the default mode of visualization, which will appear automatically when you add a metric to your workspace view. The x-axis represents your timeframe, and the y-axis represents your metric value.

Comparison Line Graph

After applying a time comparison to your workspace, additional dashed lines will appear on your line graph, showing the metrics from your chosen comparison timeframe. Hover over any time point to see the comparison values.

Area Chart

Area charts are line charts with the area shaded in and shaded areas overlapping. The x-axis represents your timeframe, and the y-axis represents your metric value.

Comparison Area Chart

After applying a time comparison to your workspace, additional dashed lines will appear on your area chart, showing the metrics from your chosen comparison timeframe. Hover over any time point to see the comparison values.

Stacked Area Chart

Stacked area charts are line charts with each line "stacked" (no overlapping) atop the next, showing how different values contribute to the overall whole. The x-axis represents your timeframe and the net height taken up by each color represents the metric.

Comparison Stacked Area Chart

After applying a time comparison to your workspace, additional dashed lines will appear on your stacked area chart, showing the metrics from your chosen comparison timeframe. Hover over any time point to see the comparison values.

Grouped Bar Chart

A grouped bar chart, also known as clustered bar graph, multi-set bar chart, or grouped column chart, is a type of bar graph that is used to represent and compare different categories of two or more groups. The x-axis represents your timeframe, and the y-axis represents your metric value.

Comparison Grouped Bar Chart

After applying a time comparison to your workspace, additional dashed bars will appear on your grouped bar chart, showing the metrics from your chosen comparison timeframe. Hover over any time point to see the comparison values.

Stacked Bar Chart

Stacked bar charts are bar charts with each bar value "stacked" atop the next, showing how different values contribute to the overall whole. The x-axis represents your timeframe and the net height taken up by each color represents the metric.

Comparison Stacked Bar Chart

After applying a time comparison to your workspace, additional dashed bars will appear on your stacked bar chart, showing the metrics from your chosen comparison timeframe. Hover over any time point to see the comparison values.


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