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Creating a visualization

Data can be of many different kinds. Therefore, to present the data in the best way, there are several types of visualizations available.

Create a visualization from the Data in analysis flyout

To create visualizations, use the Data in analysis or Visualization types flyout, or search for what you want to visualize. A page in an analysis can contain more than one visualization, but to make room for further visualizations, you can add more pages.

When you want to explore certain data columns in your data table, and get suggestions on how they can be visualized, you use the Data in analysis flyout to create visualizations.

  1. On the authoring bar, click to open the Data in analysis flyout.
  2. If your analysis contains more than one data table, select the data table you are interested in from the drop-down list.
  3. Select the data columns of interest.



    To the right, you get suggestions on visualizations based on the selected data. If you hover with the mouse on a visualization, you can click MORE LIKE THIS, and similar visualizations are suggested. The visualizations might also show data from other columns, if certain findings related to the selected data are discovered.

  4. Click, or drag, the visualization you find suitable to the analysis page.
  5. Explore it as it looks, or adjust it to your needs.

Create a visualization from the Visualization types flyout

Another option is to create visualizations from the very beginning and make your own settings. To learn how to set up the different visualizations from scratch, click the links at the bottom of this page.
  1. On the authoring bar, click to open the Visualization types flyout.



  2. Click, or drag, the visualization type you want to use to the analysis page.
  3. Adjust it to your needs. For information on the different visualization types, see the links at the bottom of this page.

Create a visualization by searching

You can create a visualization by typing search criteria in a text field.

  1. Click Find Find button on the menu bar.
  2. In the opened search field, type what you are looking for in your data.



    You get suggestions on visualizations matching your search criteria. The visualizations might also show data from other columns, if certain findings related to the selected data are discovered.

  3. Drag the visualization you want to use to the analysis page
  4. Adjust the visualization to your needs. For information on the different visualization types, see the links below.

The visualization types: