Box Plot

The box plot allows you to display the distribution of data based on the 5-number summary of a set of data. The 5-number summary are minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum.

The following is a list of the fields in the View Properties box in the dashboard designer for box plot. There are some required fields to be set for each created view.

Basic Properties

The View Properties fields vary in different charts. Below are the basic properties in the View Properties box.

Field Description Mandatory
View Type Type of chart, table or view. Yes
Title Name of the view. No
Dataset Data used for the chart, table or view. Yes
Subset Partial data from a dataset used for the chart, table or view. No
Columns Displays the flow rate between the column fields selected (minimum 2 columns). Yes
Group Places the output of the dataset/subset into separate groups or data traces based on field selected. Yes
Value Defines the field to be displayed in the box plot. Yes

The dataset and subset data derive from Datasets module. Choose the right chart from the View Type and data points to build a view.

Other Properties

The other property fields are available to enhance the view. Below are the other properties in the View Properties box for the box plot.

Field Description Default
Controlled By Links dashboard controls to the view.
One or more controls can be added to affect the data displayed on the view.
Empty
Zero Based If selected, explicitly sets minimum value to 0.
If not selected, uses the minimum value from the dataset.
Not selected
Click to Page Adds a link to another view. Empty
Click to Page Tip Adds a brief description of the link above. Empty
Maximisable If selected, places a maximise button on the top right of the view (when not in edit mode).
This will maximise the view to fill the browser.
Not selected
Margins Allows adjusting margins and padding between charts and grid. Default settings
Advanced Add a special CSS class to the view. Empty