A component that shows your data in graphical format
Peaka offers a variety of chart components, including line charts, area charts, bar charts, column charts, and pie charts, to visualize your data effectively.
All chart types share common properties, which are explained below:
Data Source: Choose between "Internal Data" or a "Peaka Query" as the data source for your chart.
Filtering: Utilize the Visual SQL Editor to filter and refine your data source.
Title: Display a text title at the top of the chart.
Subtitle: Add supplementary text below the chart title.
Y Axis Title: Specify the name of the Y-axis (Note: Pie charts do not have a Y-axis).
Stacking: For bar charts only, stack bars to show data comparisons.
Show Tooltip: Turn on the "Show Tooltip" switch to show values as tooltips.
Show Loading: Use the "Show Loading" switch to indicate a chart's loading status.
An area chart combines features of line and bar charts to represent changes in quantities over time.
A bar chart represents numerical values with bars of equal width, where the height or length of the bars corresponds to the values.
A column chart displays data categories as vertical bars or rectangles.
A line chart connects data points with a continuous line, often used to depict historical price or data trends.
A pie chart divides a circle into sectors, each representing a proportion of the whole.
A combined chart is a visualization that combines the features of the bar chart and the line chart.
Charts in Peaka offer powerful data visualization options, allowing you to represent and analyze data effectively. Customize your charts to match your application's style and present your data with clarity.