Composite Graph Data Range
You set the data range of a composite graph to control which groups of data in each source graph will be reflected in the composite graph. Only the numbers of items in selected groups are combined and shown as their total in the composite graph. Items of other groups are ignored.
To set the data range of a composite graph:
- Open the composite graph from the Analysis View.
In the View tab, click the Show More Actions icon, and then click the data range icon .
Select a source graph, and in the Available column, select the groups or categories to show in the composite graph.
If you select categories, then the groups listed under Groups will not be shown in the composite graph. If you select groups, then the groups listed under Categories will not be shown in the composite graph.
For each source graph, by default, all groups are listed in the Available column. If the source graph has set a filter, only filtered groups are listed.
Graph 1, 2, and 3 refer to the first, second, and third source graph respectively that are listed in the Configuration tab of the composite graph. The primary graph is indicated by a star icon.
Use primary graph settings: Applies the primary graph settings to the other source graphs.
Show grand total: When it's selected, all groups or categories in each source graph will be combined and shown as the grand total. When it's not selected, each group or category in a source graph is displayed separately.
- Click Save.