A chart shows your data on graphic.
In Peaka we have plenty of chart components which are line chart, area chart, bar chart, column chart and pie chart.
All charts have almost same properties as you see in the below image. First we will explain them.
Data source of a chart can be Internal Data or Peaka Query.
After selecting your data source, you can filter it with Visual SQL Editor as you see in the image below.
The Title is a text that will show on the top of a chart.
The Subtitle is a text that will show below the title of a chart.
The Y Axis Title is a name of y axis. Pie chart doesn't have y axis therefore it won't show in pie chart.
The Stacking is only for bar charts. It shows bars on one bar as you see in the image below.
An area chart is a graph that combines a line chart and a bar chart to show changes in quantities over time.
A bar chart is a diagram in which the numerical values of variables are represented by the height or length of lines or rectangles of equal width.
A column chart is a method of displaying data with categories represented by a rectangle—sometimes called vertical bar charts.
A line chart is a graphical representation of an asset's historical price action that connects a series of data points with a continuous line.
A pie chart is a type of graph in which a circle is divided into sectors that each represent a proportion of the whole.