CCC 2 PIE
Pie Charts
BAR
Bar Charts
DOT
Dot Charts
LINE
Line Charts
AREA
Area Charts
HEATGRID
HeatGrid Charts
WATERFALL
Waterfall Charts
BOX
Box Charts
METRIC
Metrics Charts
BULLET
Bullet Charts
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Contains a bunch of tasty Open Source Charts with exciting new features for you to explore and use.

CCC2 is included on CDF/CDE Trunk version, available at the Pentaho Marketplace.
You can also obtain it via CTools-installer ("switch -b dev").

PLEASE SELECT A PIE CHART EXAMPLE
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Pie charts are useful to perform relative comparisons.
This is the simplest Pie chart example. It just requires the dimensions and the data to be rendered.
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A Pie chart can be enhanced by configuring the legends, setting colors, fonts and behavior.
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A Pie chart can be converted into a Donut Pie, simply adding the slice_innerRadiusEx extension point and some icing sugar.
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PLEASE SELECT A BAR CHART EXAMPLE
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Bar charts are used to plot data which has discrete values. The lengths of the bars are proportional to the values they represent.
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A simple Bar chart can be enhanced by setting properties to the panel, bars, axis or legends.
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Stacked Bar charts are used to compare parts with the whole. The bars are divided into categories. Each bar represents a total.
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PLEASE SELECT A DOT CHART EXAMPLE
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A Dot chart consists of a group of data points plotted on a simple scale. It can be a very useful alternative to the Horizontal Bar chart.
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The simplest Dot chart can become more attractive by setting some properties, as for example the shape or color of the dots.
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You can use a Dot chart to render Time Series, just changing the timeSeries property to true and setting the timeSeriesFormat property.
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PLEASE SELECT A LINE CHART EXAMPLE
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In Time Series Line charts, data is plotted along a time dimension. Time Series is used to display data that show cyclical fluctuations or changes, such as growth, over time.
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Categorical Line charts are used to show the frequency or quantity of some item. The individual types of data are called categories.
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A Stacked Line charts displays the trend of the contribution of each value in comparison to the whole, over time or over categories.
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PLEASE SELECT AN AREA CHART EXAMPLE
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A Simple Area charts displays the trend of the values over time or other category data. It is based on the Line chart, but the areas between the line and the base axis are commonly emphasized with colors.
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In Stacked Area charts, the value of each data point is aggregated with the underlying data points' values. They're very useful when it's necessary to compare both the point values and their aggregate for the same point arguments.
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Area charts support large datasets. Huge amounts of data points can be displayed in this kind of chart.
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PLEASE SELECT A HEATGRID CHART EXAMPLE
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A Heat Grid chart is a coloured matrix that displays a two-dimensional dataset. The colors are normalized by column and the intensity / color of each cell depends on the value it represents.
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In Composite Axis Heat Grids, the cells are replaced by shapes (dots, squares, triangles and moreover), whose size and color depends on the value that it represents.
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PLEASE SELECT A WATERFALL CHART EXAMPLE
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Waterfall charts are an alternative to Pie charts for displaying distributions. However, when there's a need to compare the size of categories and sub-categories, Waterfall charts are the most convenient representation.
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A Waterfall chart can be used for analytical purposes, especially to understand the gradual transition in the quantitive value on an entity. It can be used for various types of quantitive analysis, ranging from inventory to performance analysis.
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PLEASE SELECT A BOX CHART EXAMPLE
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The Boxplot is used to display the distribution of data, using:
  • A box to represent the region that contains 50% of the datapoints;
  • Whiskers to represent the regions that contain 95% of the datapoints;
  • A center line (in the box) that represents the median of the dataset.
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Boxplots can be drawn either horizontally or vertically.
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Boxplots can display data using two dimensions, for example, a sort of products in a sort of different countries.
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PLEASE SELECT A METRIC DOTS CHART EXAMPLE
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Metrics charts can visually display the strength, shape or direction of the relationship between variables, and whether there are outliers in your data.
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In Metric Dots charts we can use dots instead of lines to display the same dataset.
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PLEASE SELECT A BULLET CHART EXAMPLE
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Bullet charts are a replacement for the well known gauge and meter charts. They compare a given quantitative measure against qualitative ranges and related marker.
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When a datasource is provided, the Bullet chart is rendered according to the structure of the data.
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