Affinity chord diagram
The affinity chord diagram is used to organize data according to their correlations. It is commonly used to sort parameters into groups, based on their natural relationships.
Creating an affinity chord diagram
Go to Data Search and open the required table.
Perform the required operations to get the data you want to use in the chart.
After getting the required query results, go to Additional tools → Charts → Diagrams → Affinity Chord diagram.
Drag the required columns to their corresponding fields. This chart requires you to select the following fields:
Required field Data type Source Any type but json Target Any type but json Value float, integer, duration
- The affinity chord diagram is displayed.
After your chart is displayed, you can hit the following keys to perform different visualization actions:
Show/hide a legend displaying the number and percentage of the values in the chart. Hover over each section in the diagram to display only that specific count.
Show/hide the labels indicating the values of each diagram section.
|Switch between data added in the Source and Target arguments.|
Show/hide the list of shortcut keys.