“Chart title”, “Title font size”, “Chart subtitle”, “Subtitle font size”, and “Show tooltips” can be found in the General section of our Chart Settings page.
- When selected, stacks each Area layer. This gives you a better understanding of how each group’s value contributes to the Total value at any given point
Note: When Area charts are unstacked, information may be hidden by other layers. To make the data more visible for unstacked Area charts, you can select Half opacity under the Series tab.
- Sort datasets by area
- Enabled when Stacked is selected
Sorts the stacked Area layers from most to least area, where most is at the bottom and least is at the top
- Changes your y-axis to show percentages
Charts with a percentage axis are sometimes called 100% stacked charts and are useful for displaying ratios without focusing on individual values.
“Show legend”, “Placement”, and “Number of columns” can be found in the Legend section of our Chart Settings page.
“Title”, “Rotate labels”, “Hide labels”, “Min”, “Max”, “Steps”, “Date format”, “Data format”, “Number format”, and “Rounding” can be found in the Axis section of our Chart Settings page.
- Log axis
- Available when the x-axis labels are numeric
Displays the x-axis on a logarithmic scale
“Title”, “Rotate labels”, “Hide labels”, “Min”, “Max”, “Steps”, “Data format”, “Number format”, and “Rounding” can be found in the Y Axis (Left) section of our Chart Settings page.
- Log axis
- Enabled when Stacked is unselected
Displays the y-axis on a logarithmic scale
“Background color” and “Use custom colors” can be found in the Color section of our Chart Settings page.
- Half opacity
- Reduces the opacity of area layers to 50%, making them more transparent—especially helpful for Stacked Area charts
- Linear interpolation
- Choose the type of interpolation for your chart:
- No interpolation (linear): Uses the least number of data points, resulting in more jagged lines
- Step: No slopes; jumps from one value to the next halfway through
- Cardinal (smoothed): Uses more data points than Linear interpolation, resulting in smoother lines
Check out Drilldowns for more information on this tab.
Check out the Annotation section from the Chart Settings page for more details.