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Properties for Filter Chart Types

Version 5

 

Intro

Find out about chart properties available for charts in the "Filter" category in Chart Picker.

Properties for Slicer, Checkbox, and Radio Button Cards

The properties in the following table are all for Slicer, Checkbox, and Radio Button cards and are found in the General category in Chart Properties. For more information about Slicer, Checkbox, and Radio Button cards, see Slicer, Checkbox, and Radio Button Cards.

Option

Description

Examples

General > Font Size

Lets you increase of decrease the font size for the filters in your Slicer, Checkbox, or Radio Button card. 

General > Unsorted Data

Lets you determine whether the filters in your Slicer, Checkbox, or Radio Button card are sorted alphabetically (default) or if the order is determined based on the order in your DataSet. 

General > Number of Columns (Checkbox and Radio Button cards only)

Lets you specify the number of filter columns in your Checkbox or Radio Button card.

General > Single Column (Slicer Card only)

Determines whether the filters in your Slicer card are displayed in a single column. By default the filters are left-aligned unless you choose to center them using the Center Horizontally option. They are also fitted to their individual "bubbles" unless you choose the Equal Width Items option.

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option is being used. 

slicer_card_single_column.png

General > Single Row

Determines whether the filters in your Slicer, Checkbox, or Radio Button card are displayed in a row instead of a column. By default the filters appear at the top of the card unless you choose to center them using the Center Vertically option. 

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option is being used (with a pagination control to view filters that don't fit in the card).  

slicer_card_single_row.png

General > Center Horizontally (Slicer Card only)

Determines whether the filters in your Slicer card are centered horizontally on the card. This option is available only when you check the box for Single Column

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option has been set.

slicer_card_center_horizontal.png

General > Equal Width Items (Slicer card only)

Determines whether the "bubbles" for filters in a Slicer card are the same width; otherwise they are fitted to the width of the filters. This option is available only when you check the box for Single Column.

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option has been set.

slicer_card_equal_width.png

General > Fill Width (Slicer card only)

Determines whether the "bubbles" for filters in  a Slicer card fill the entire width of the card. This option is available only when you check the box for Single Column.

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option has been set.

slicer_card_fill_width.png

General > Center Text (Slicer card only)

Centers the text within each "bubble" in a Slicer card. This option is available only when you check the box for Single Column.

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option has been set (along with Fill Width).

slicer_card_center_text.png

General > Center Vertically

Determines whether the filters in your Slicer, Checkbox, or Radio Button card are centered vertically on the card. This option is available only when you check the box for Single Row

The screenshot at right shows a Slicer card in which this option has been set.

slicer_card_center_vertical.png

General > Selected Color

Determines the color of the filter bubbles in a Slicer, Checkbox, or Radio Button card when someone mouses over them.

Properties for Range Cards

The properties in the following table are all for Range cards and are found in the General category in Chart Properties. For more information about Range cards, see Range Card.

Option

Description

Example

General > Date Output Format

Lets you change the date format used in your Range card slider if you have applied date columns in your Minimum and Maximum fields. For example, if you entered MMMM dd, yyyy in this field, dates would appear in the format shown in the example at right. For a list of macros you can use for formatting dates, see Changing the Date Format in Your Chart.

range_card_date_output_format.png

Properties for Date Selector Cards

The properties in the following table are all for Date Selector cards and are found in the General category in Chart Properties. For more information about Date Selector cards, see Date Selector Card.

Option

Description

Examples

General > Selected Color

Lets you change the highlight color used when you select a range of calendar dates in the card. 

date_selector_selection_color.png

General > Highlight Today

When checked, a box appears around today's date in the calendar. In the example at right, the date of "July 25" is highlighted. 

date_selector_highlighted_today.png

General > View

Determines the calendar view that is used. The following options are available:

  • Auto (Default). The view is determined automatically based on your data. For example, if you had at least a year's worth of data in your date column, a yearly view would be used.

  • Last Year Rolling. The calendar shows dates from a year ago up until the current month. This is the option shown in the example at right.

  • Next Year Rolling. The calendar shows dates from the current month up until a year from now. 

  • Year. The current year is shown.

  • Month. The current month is shown.

date_selector_rolling_year.png

General > Dates From

Specifies whether the dates that appear in the calendar are based on the current date, are automatically determined based on your data, or are user-specified (in which case, you will enter the date parameters in the Year, Selected Year, and Month fields.

General > Year

Determines whether the year shown in the calendar is the current year, the previous year, or the next year. You can also specify a year by selecting Specified and entering the desired year in the Selected Year field. This option is only available when Dates From is set to User Specified.

General > Selected Year

Lets you enter a specific year to be shown in the calendar. This option is only available when Dates From is set to User Specified and Year is set to Specified

General > Month

Lets you enter a specific month to be shown in the calendar. This option is only available when Dates From is set to User Specified and View is set to Month.

General > First Day of Week

Lets you select the first day of the week to be shown in your calendar. In the example at right, the first day of the week is Monday.

date_selector_first_day_of_week.png

General > First Month Displayed Lets you select the first month of the year to be shown in your calendar. This option is only available when Year is selected in the View menu.