This package provides a set of React-based chart visualizations that you can use to visualize your data.
These include bar charts, pie charts, line charts, and more. For a table visualization, see the
@gooddata/sdk-ui-pivot package. For map-based charts, see the
|Area chart shows data as an area under a line intersecting dots.
|Bar chart shows data in horizontal bars.
|Bubble chart shows data as bubbles using Cartesian coordinates.
|Bullet chart is a variation of a bar chart that displays performance of a measure (primary measure) and its progress towards a goal (target measure).
|Column chart shows data in vertical columns.
|Combo chart combines two types of visualizations, for example, a column chart and a line chart.
|A dependency wheel is a type of flow diagram, where nodes are laid out in a circle, and links are drawn between them. This width of the link and size of the nodes are proportional to the flow quantity or weight of each link.
|Donut chart shows data as proportional segments of a disc and has a hollowed out center.
|A funnel chart displays values as progressively decreasing proportions.
|Headline shows a single number or compares two numbers. You can display both measures and attributes.
|Heatmap represents data as a matrix where individual values are represented as colors. Heatmaps can help you discover trends and understand complex datasets.
|Line chart shows data as line-connected dots.
|Pie chart shows data as proportional segments of a disc.
|A pyramid chart displays values on top of each other, useful for example for showing hierarchies or workflows.
|A Sankey diagram is a type of flow diagram, in which the width of the link between two nodes is shown proportionally to the flow quantity.
|Scatter plot shows data as points using Cartesian coordinates.
|Treemap chart presents your data hierarchically as nested rectangles.
|Maximum number of attributes for view-by slicing.
|Waterfall chart shows data as proportional segments of a disc.
|(BETA) Xirr computes the Internal Rate of Return from the given measure and date dimension.
|Position of the axis label relative to the axis.
|Defines the calculation types for an algorithm.
|Vertical chart alignment options.
|Available orientation positions.
|Comparison format type
|Defines how the comparison value will be placed.
|Data label visibility options.
|Data points visibility options.
|Callback to be called once the legend is rendered.
|Available legend positions.