The Doughnut Chart allows you to showcase proportionality of each item to the total in the form of doughnut-slices. It works best to display data with a small number of categories.
The Doughnut Chart needs a minimum of one value element and one column element to showcase. The measure or expression field that you want to analyze can be dropped into the Values block. The dimension for which you want to categorize the measure can be dropped into the Columns block. To categorize based on a series, drop the respective dimension into the Rows block.
To configure data in the Doughnut Chart, follow these steps:
The data tab will be opened with available measures and dimensions from the connected data source.
You can add the required data from Measures and Dimensions sections to the required field.
You can add more than one measures section to the Values field by dragging the required data.
Now, the doughnut chart will be rendered as follows.
Click Settings to change the required summary type from the available summary types shown in the settings.
You can filter the data displayed in the Doughnut Chart by using the Filter option. For more details, refer to filter.
You can format the data displayed in the Doughnut Chart by using the Format option. For more details, refer to measure format
To remove the added value fields, click Remove.
You can add data from the Dimension field to the Column(s) field.
The Doughnut Chart will be rendered as follows.
Add more than one value to the Columns field. The following alert message will open.
You can enable this option to get further details about the selected chart region. To enable drill down, click Yes.
NOTE: If you click No, a single value will be added to the Columns field.
The drilled view of the selected chart region will be as follows.
You can change the Settings.
You can sort the dimension data using the Sort option under the Settings menu list. To apply sorting for data, refer to Sort.
You can apply filters by selecting the filter option in settings. For more details, refer to filter.
NOTE: By default, the filter will be set for the top 5 records.
Similarly, you can add the Measures and Expression Columns to the Column field.
You can drag the Dimension field into the Rows field.
This will render a Doughnut Chart in series.
Scroll down to see all charts.
You can format the Doughnut Chart for better illustration of the view by using the settings available in the Properties tab.
To configure data in Doughnut Chart, follow these steps:
Drag and drop the Doughnut Chart into the canvas and resize it to your required size.
Configure data in the Doughnut Chart.
Focus the Doughnut Chart and click the Widget Settings icon.
The property window will be opened as follows.
You can see the list of properties available for the widget with default value.
Allows you to set a title for the Doughnut Chart widget.
Allows you to set a subtitle for the Doughnut Chart widget.
Set a description for the Doughnut Chart, whose visibility will be denoted by i icon, and hovering over it will display the description in a tooltip.
Switch the widget view from the current chart type to another chart type.
This allows you to enable the series rendering in animated mode.
A Legend is a text used to describe the plotted data. It allows you to toggle the visibility of the legend in the chart and change the legend text position (selecting through the combo box).
Enabling the Custom Legend Text option will allow you to define a custom text (through the text area) to display for each legend series (selecting through the combo box) in the chart.
Legend Label Color
This allows you to change the chart legend title and label colors.
Show value labels
Toggle the visibility of value labels.
Value Label Color
This allows you to customize value label’s color.
Define the display format as a value, percentage, or both.
Value and percentage
Value labels suffix
Set a suffix for the value labels.
Act as Master Widget
Define the Doughnut Chart widget as a master widget such that its filter action will be shown in other widgets of the dashboard.
Ignore filter actions
Define the Doughnut Chart widget to ignore the filter actions applied to other widgets in the dashboard.
Through this option, you can enable or disable hierarchical Top
N filtering. While applying Top N filter with multiple dimension columns, the data returned can be customized based on whether the filtering need to be done as flat or based on the hierarchy of added dimension columns.
When the Hierarchical Filter option is enabled, the Top N will be applied for each individual column separately based on the number set for each column.
You can enable linking and configure navigating to a general URL with or without parameters. For more details, refer to Linking.
Handle the alignment of the widget title to left, center, or right.
Apply a text color to the widget title.
Toggle the visibility of the border surrounding the widget.
Apply a specified radius to widget corners, if the Show Border property is enabled. Value can be between 0 and 10.
Enable or disable the maximized mode of the doughnut chart widget. The visibility of the maximize icon in the widget header will be defined based on this setting.
Enable or disable the CSV export option for the Doughnut Chart widget. Enabling this allows you to export the summarized data of the widget view to CSV format in the viewer.
Enable or disable the Excel export option for the Doughnut Chart widget. Enabling this allows you to export the summarized data of the widget view to .xlsx or .xls format in the viewer.
Enable or disable the image export option for the Doughnut Chart widget. Enabling this allows you to export the view of the widget to image format (.jpg, .png, or .bmp) in the viewer.
Enable or disable the comments for the dashboard widget. For more details refer here
Customize the chart series color through the Series Palette section.
Use default palette
Toggle the series color between the default palette and a custom palette. By default, the Use Default Palette is toggled on and default palette will be applied to proportion series segments.
By toggle off the Use Default Palette, you can customize the proportion series segments’ colors. This section shows a palette of colors. By clicking the colored square, the color picker will open. You can choose a color and change the series color by changing the corresponding hexadecimal value at the right.