KPI Widgets

KPI Widgets

Zoho Analytics offers a widget-based model for adding single numbered widgets and chart type widgets within dashboards. These are called KPI Widgets. This is a pretty useful feature to highlight any key metric in a dashboard for easy comprehension. The key metric can be accompanied with associated comparison indicator or plotted against a target to show progression.

Zoho Analytics offers 2 types of KPI widgets

  1. Single number widgets - Single number widgets are used to display a single numeric value in a formatted text. It can also be accompanied with comparison indicators.
  2. Chart type widgets - Chart type widgets enable you to highlight a data metric using chart visuals.

Single Number Widgets

Zoho Analytics offers a widget-based model for creating single number charts within dashboards. This is a pretty useful feature to highlight any key metric in a dashboard for easy comprehension. The key metric can also be accompanied with associated comparison indicators to highlight the trend. Zoho Analytics currents offers 6 types of single number widgets with or without comparison indicators.

   

Adding a Numeric Widget

The below presentation shows how to create single numeric Widgets.

Chart type Widgets

The chart type widgets of Zoho Analytics enables you to highlight your data metric using chart visuals. These are different from the actual charts and are focussed on displaying a single value. Currently, Zoho Analytics supports two type of Chart Widgets.

      

  1. Bullet Chart
  2. Dial Chart
  3. Full Dial Chart

Bullet Chart

A Bullet Chart is best suited to highlight a metric and compare it with a target value. You can also specify qualitative ranges of performance, such as poor, satisfactory, and good. The qualitative ranges are displayed as varying intensities of a single hue. Click here to learn more about bullet charts.

A Bullet widget in Zoho Analytics looks as shown below. The red arrows in the image highlight the various components of the bullet chart.

Dial Charts

The Dial is used to indicate the current value of a metric in a given range. Although similar to a Bullet Chart it displays the values in the form of a Dial.  You can also specify qualitative ranges of performance, such as poor, satisfactory, and good. A typical Dial Charts consists of a Value, Target, Range and a Needle.

Shown below is a sample Dial Chart. The red arrows in the image highlight the various components of the dial chart.

Full Dial Chart

Full Dial Chart is a gauge chart with full ring. This is similar to Dial Chart. The Maximum Range value will be set as the value of the full ring.

Shown below is a sample Full Dial Chart. The red arrows in the image highlight the various components of the full dial chart.

Adding Chart Type Widgets

The below presentation shows how to create Chart Type Widgets.

Share this post : FacebookTwitter

Still can't find what you're looking for?

Write to us: support@zohoanalytics.com