1) Chart

Charts are useful when you want to display your data on a bar or line chart and demonstrate important relationships between the data points.

After adding the chart into an table or dashboard as explained in the previous chapter, you have to setup these following steps:

2) Data from table - After adding a label to the table, you have to select whether you want data from a table or from a customer source created in Data source extension to appear in the chart.

Select the source table

3) Chart type - whether the chart will consist of bar or line.

An example of the bar chart in Tabidoo
An example of the line chart in Tabidoo

4) X-axis - In this step you have to select the right fields from the table that will be afterwads shown in the chart. Moreover, you can select whether the data will have ascending or descending tendency.


5) Y-axis - You can choose whether the data will be displayed as a count or if they will be grouped by any other field of the table and also if those values will be ascending or descending.


6) Filters - Filters are useful If you want just some specific folders from fields to display in the chart. In case you want to link them with already setup user filters within the scheme, click on the option - Link with user filters.

How to add filters to the chart in Tabidoo

7) Formatting - Here you can add unit prefix or suffix to X-axis or Y-axis. You can setup maximum fields to be displayed in the chart and what is more, you can as well setup how many items will appear when the graph will be opened in fullscreen.

How to formate chart in Tabidoo

8) Widget appearance - You can select the most suitable colour for the backgroud of the chart, then setup if the legend will be shown, if the data values will appear above the each bar and lastly, if the chart will stay vertical or will be switched to horizontal.

How to set up the widget appearance

2) Pie chart

This type of chart helps you to visualize your records on a pie or doughnut chart.

In the comparison with the previous chart, there are only two differences in the settings and that are:

1) Chart type: whether the chart will take a shape of pie or daughnut.

An example of the pie and daughnut chart in Tabidoo

2) Group by field - You choose the correct field from which you want the data to be displayed in the chart.

How to group by field in the Pie chart

An example of a pie chart on the left and doughnut chart on the right in Tabidoo

The rest of the settings are the same as ones of the previous widget.