Best for: visualizing volumes of data over time.
Palette: uses the first color of the selected color palette.
PA Indicator (Required): The Performance Analytics indicator to pull data from.
Prior periods: the number of previous indicator scores to be displayed.
Aggregate: if the indicator has aggregates available, this allows you to select which aggregate to display.
Curve type: how the area chart curve is calculated. Try some of these out to get a feel for what works best for you.
Threshold: if a value is set, a horizontal line will appear to visualize a threshold against the area chart.
Forecast: display forecast values if available.
Forecast box: if forecast values are being displayed, this will draw a box around the forecast values.
Trend line: display trend line if available.
Display grid: displays horizontal grid lines behind the area chart.
Date format: sets the date format for the X-axis.
Clickable: determines whether or not this chart has click-through functionality. If set to true, this will default to the out-of-the-box PA Scorecard or Analytics Hub.
Click through: optional. If set, this is the url that the click through functionality will lead to.
Display label: if set, this value will be what is displayed as the chart title. If empty, the name of the chart will be used as the chart title. Set this value to none if you don’t want a chart title to be displayed.