Preset offers many different charts designed to bring your data to life. If you'd like to get a quick look at all the possibilities, in the Toolbar just select + Chart and filter by All Charts:
Feel free to explore all of the sample charts and dashboards pre-loaded in Preset!
Chart Creation Walkthroughs
|Table Chart||Classic row-by-column spreadsheet like view of a dataset. Use tables to showcase a view into the underlying data or to show aggregated metrics.|
|Pie Chart||A circular statistical graphic that shows the proportion of different data conveyed as slices within a cicle (i.e., pie).|
|Line Chart||Line charts offer a straightforward way to convey changes over time.|
|Big Number Chart||A Big Number chart is a powerful visualization that is used to place focus on a key performance indicator.|
|Bar Chart||Bar charts provide an easy-to-understand way to visually convey categorical data.|
|Area Chart||Area charts provide an insight into the changes in quantity over time while also providing volumetric data.|
|Pivot Table||A Pivot Table is table of grouped values that aggregates the individual items of a more extensive table within one or more discrete categories.|
|Sankey Diagram||A Sankey Diagram is a flow diagram that conveys the relative size of metric data based on the size of flow lines from a source to a target.|
In this example, we used a Table chart to convey chart statistics based on database engine and team.
Here we created a simple Pie chart that shows the popularity of chart types based on the number of chart types created.
Word Cloud Chart
In this example, we created a Word Cloud chart that features the most popular names for girls.
Pivot Table Chart
In this example, we created a Pivot Table chart that shows a breakdown of potential job candidates based on stages within a hiring flow.