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If you have entered your values into a table sheet, Ninox automatically creates several types of charts.
Please select the Chart-view
and Ninox displays the data from your table. On the right sight you can decide which kind of diagram you would like to create.
Following types of charts are available:
Bar Chart
Bar Chart (Stacked)
Line Chart
Pie Chart
Doughnut Chart
Polar Area Chart
Radar Chart
Bubble Chart
All of them have in common that Ninox uses the first column for the values on the X-axis. The first column with numerical values is going to be selected for the Y-axis. If you have different columns with numerical values and you wouldn't like to use the first numerical column for the Y-Axis you need to hide all columns before your desired column.
The option Stacked makes it possible to total all your function values. So all your pillars from one argument are going to merged to one single pillar.
If there are different arguments displayed you can easily hide them by clicking over the coloured symbol over the table.
In general it is necessary to have two columns in your table, one for the X- and one for Y-axis. There is one exception: To display a Bubble chart it is required to have three numeric columns: Two for the X- and Y-axis and one for the radius.
With Data series you can decide if data should be display as function of columns or of rows.