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A gauge chart, also known as a speedometer chart is often used to highlight key performance indicators for a business. Gauge charts use a radial scale to display the data range and use needles to map numerical values against a default color range of red, yellow and green. As an example, business executives can use this chart to get a birds-eye-view on the profitability per product line. The number of needles on your chart depends on the number of categories you are evaluating.
Download and connect to the sample data source. We are making this chart using 2 dimensions and 1 measure.
To build a Gauge chart
Visualization builds separate Gauge charts for each category.
When Visualization builds a Gauge chart, the data labels and show percentage values are not displayed by default on the chart view.
To view data labels and percentage value
Visual Analytics shows product categories with their profit values below the gauge chart.
To format data labels
To change the default color range
To change the default threshold value