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The charts available in the Toolbox window as follows.

Charts full

You can drag and drop any charts from the Toolbox in to the dataset. Once you do that it will create a new page for the chart or if you have exiting pages, you can add into that page as well.

Soon after you drag and drop the chart, you need to select the Columns for the chart. It may be an argument, value, count, Sum, Average, Median, Minimum, Maximum, Standard Deviation or else x and y axis based on the chart you select.

Column selector2

If you select Unique Value Count, Frequency Count or Pearson (Correlation) from the Toolbox, you will have following window to select columns. In there you can select numeric or categorical columns by clicking on the 2 icons in the top left corner as marked follows.



  • You can change the chart title under Title section.
  • You can check/uncheck the visibility of labels, legend and title.
  • Chart’s text pattern placeholders: {A} Argument, {V} Value , {VP} Value Percentage

Change the color of arguments

To change the color of the charts go to Appearance tab in the Properties window and select Colors.

DA Color change

Select the three dot on settings and the Settings window will open.

Then select an argument from the list which you already have in the chart. I the left side of the settings window allows you to change colors for the selected arguments.

Color pallet DA

Updated on May 2, 2023

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