Color key value widget
About the color key value widget
The color key value widget displays a list of color-coded aggregated values that correspond to segments in a vertical bar. The size of each segment reflects its proportion of the whole.
In the example below, the vertical color bar is separated into segments of varying size. Each segment corresponds to an ISP and the size of the segment, the proportion of total internet connections. Alongside the bar is a color-coded stack of numbers representing aggregated field Average Response Time values for each ISP.
The following table lists the configuration options of this widget:
Enter a descriptive title for the widget.
|Widget description||Enter a description of the widget.|
|Widget size||Select the size of the widget window in the dashboard layout. The units are columns x rows. For example, 3x2 will fit the widget across three columns and two rows.|
|Time Range||Specify the period of time over which you want to analyze data in the diagram. You can choose from 1 hour up to 1 year.|
Add or remove elements of the grouping field. The grouping field will determine the color-coded segments in the vertical bar.
|Field to show||
Select one of the available aggregated fields. The field you select will determine the list of color-coded values that appears alongside the vertical bar.
|Data of the keys are related||Choose OFF to hide the bar and show only the figures.|
|Unit of measurement||Enter the required unit of measurement.|
The example below shows the average response time of all ISP for the last week, and the proportion of all traffic that each ISP carried.
- The Time Range was set to 1 week to show the relevant information for the last week.
- The Field to show was set to response time - avg to show the average response time for all ISP connections in the corresponding color next to the vertical color bar.
- The Actions field was automatically identified as isp because that was the grouping value in the data source, and All was selected in order to show all ISPs and their connections.
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