Dashboard Tile: Chart

The chart tile is used to display information on an x and y axis. For example, bar and line charts.

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In this article we'll provide information on how to create and customise the Chart tile type in Calxa dashboards.

Example chart

Bind Data

Each tile type allows you to bind data in a similar way, however each tile will have different data properties. This section describes the data properties specific to a Chart dashboard tile.


Values represent the data you want to plot on the Y-axis. You can add multiple values from the chosen data source.

Chart Type

Charts visualise values using the Bar series by default, however you can change this for each Value added.




Bar series icons set

Bar series visualise data using rectangular bars with lengths proportional to the values that they represent.

Point and Line

Point and line chart type icons set

Point series visualise data as a set of individual numeric data points. Line series are used to connect numeric data points through different types of line segments.


Area chart type icons set

Area series connect numeric data points using different types of line segments and fills the space between the line and X-axis/other series.


Range series are used to show the range between 2 values for a specified argument, like those required to present a waterfall chart.


Weighted charts are used to visualise data in three dimensions.


Arguments contain the data you want to plot on the X-axis of your chart.

Adding an argument to the chart


Add another dimension for grouping Values within each Argument. In the example below the values for each argument are broken down further to Income and Other Income by adding the AccountTreeRowType to the Series.

Adding an additional dimension for grouping with the Series property
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