If your chart has one measure grouped by two dimensions, such as count of activity grouped by month and by activity type, you’ll want to pivot the data so you can use it in a chart.
Pivot tables require 3 columns. Your data is pivoted on the second column—e.g., the second column becomes the column headers.
Select Ascending, Descending, or None in the Column sort direction dropdown to customize the column order in your pivot table. Aggregate Function allows you to choose the aggregation for duplicate group values. Available aggregations are: SUM, AVG, MIN, MAX, GROUP_CONCAT, and Auto. Auto will choose either SUM or GROUP_CONCAT, depending on the data type.
To pivot on more than 3 columns, refer to Pivot on more than 3 columns
Pivot Data Example