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                                          Customizing Charts

                                          It’s your data, so make sure it’s clearly telling the right story. Charts and data table can be customized for a more effective representation of your results. Customization options include on aspects like chart type, 2D/3D display of charts, color scheme, and more.

                                          Sogolytics provides two different categories of charts:

                                          Basic Charts

                                          When you first run a report, a basic bar graph will be generated. From there, you may choose to customize this type or choose a different type of chart or graph.

                                          Advanced Charts

                                          Choose to update your basic chart to any of the following options in order to display your results more clearly.

                                          Chart typesDescription
                                          Area chartA line chart with the areas below the lines filled with colors. Use a stacked area chart to display the contribution of each value to a total over time.
                                          Bubble chartA chart that displays three dimensions of data. Each entity with its triplet (v1, v2, v3) of associated data is plotted as a disk that expresses two of the vi values through the disk’s xy location and the third through its size.
                                          Cylinder chartCylinder charts are similar to bar graphs but use cylinder-shaped items to show data. Although cylinder charts do not add any additional data, sometimes using this shape allows a better visual appearance of your data. 3D mode allows the best visualization of these charts.
                                          Donut chartJust like a pie chart, a Donut chart shows the relationship of parts to a whole, but a Donut chart can contain more than one data series. Each data series that you plot in a Donut chart adds a ring to the chart. The first data series is displayed in the center of the chart.
                                          Horizontal bar graphA bar graph in which the length of each bar is proportional to the quantity to be presented and all bars go across from left to right.
                                          Line graphLine graphs plot lines on an x-y axis to show how certain data sets responded across all of the possible answers to a given question. The x-axis displays answer options and the y-axis charts the percentage of responses received.
                                          Pie chartA type of graph in which a circle is divided into sectors that each represent a proportion of the whole.
                                          Radar chartA graphical method of displaying multivariate data in the form of a two-dimensional chart of three or more quantitative variables represented on axes starting from the same point. The relative position and angle of the axes is typically uninformative.
                                          Range chartA variable-control chart in which range (R) of a subgroup is used to track instantaneous variations and to evaluate the stability of the variability within a process.
                                          Vertical bar graphData displayed using vertical bars. The vertical bars have lengths proportional to quantities they represent.


                                          1. Select your project and click on Report.
                                          2. On the Report menu bar, choose your preferred report.
                                          3. Follow the wizard to generate your report.
                                          4. To modify a basic chart, switch from Basic to Advanced in the top right corner. Then use the Chart Type dropdown menu to make your selection.
                                          5. To change your chart to 3D mode, check the box in front of 3D. Unchecking the box will return your chart to 2D.
                                          6. To select a new color palette, choose from the Color Scheme dropdown menu to select themes such as Sogolytics Autumn, Bright, Lavender, MidTones, Mixed, Pastel, Poppies, Random, Spring, WarmEarth, and WaterMeadow.