Chart Types & Uses
There are six primary chart types for Dashboards at your disposal within the "Edit Widget" menu:
- Vertical Bar: Graph displaying vertical bars with the lengths proportional to the data they represent.
Example: A bar graph displaying the total invoice amounts by day.
- Horizontal Bar: Graph displaying horizontal bars with the lengths proportional to the data they represent.
Example: A horizontal bar graph displaying the total number of purchase order amounts by month.
- Line: Line graph displaying the selected data as a series of data points connected by straight line segments.
Example: A line graph representing the number of Purchase Orders (POs) processed by week.
- Percent: A fractional representation of your data.
Example: Percentage of invoices that were marked as "Acknowledged."
- Pie: Chart with each section proportional to the quantity of data it represents.
Example: A pie chart representing the volume of EDI documents by partner.
- Summary: A representation of a single aggregation, without a dimension.
Example: The total number of EDI documents you have in Syncrofy.
To view the actual data contained in a given chart, click the gray View underlying data button in the upper right-hand corner of the widget on the Main Dashboards Screen. The data contained in the chart will be displayed in table format with sortable columns.