Report Studio chapter 6
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Slide 1 - PRESENT DATA GRAPHICALLY
- YOU ARE LOOKING ATGUL SHAHZAD
Slide 2 - Contents
- Chapter 6Demo 1 & 2
- Create the Combination Chart
- Create a Gauge Chart and modify it
- Add baselines to the chart
- Combine area and bar charts in a single presentation
- Format an axis title
Slide 3 - What is a Combination Chart?
- You can combine two or more chart types in a single chart. This type of chart is called a combination chart and is commonly used to show different types of information.
- A combination of bars and lines in the same chart can be useful when comparing values in different categories.
- Example: Combination chart to compare the projected sales with the actual sales for different time periods.
Slide 4 - Example 1
- The example below contains two series: the bars represent the projected sales for each month in a year and the line represents the actual sales for the same months.
Slide 5 - Example 2
- Multiple scales can also be used on the Y-axis when you want to compare several lines and bars with significantly different value ranges.
Slide 6 - Example 3
- Multiple types of graphs can also be used.
Slide 7 - DEMO 1: CREATE AND FORMAT CHART REPORTS
- Task 1. Create the Combination Chart.
- Task 2. Combine area and bar charts in a single presentation.
- Task 3. Format an axis title.
- Task 6. Add baselines to the chart.
Slide 8 - DEMO 1: CREATE AND FORMAT CHART REPORTS
Slide 9 - DEMO 2: CREATE A GAUGE CHART REPORT
- Task 1. Create a gauge chart.
- Task 2. Modify the axis labels and Gauge properties.
- Task 3. Modify the arc colors.
Slide 10 - DEMO 2: CREATE A GAUGE CHART REPORT
Slide 11 - Show is over
- YOU MAY NOW RELAX!