Visualizations help you display your data in the format you want. Once you add metrics and attributes to your query, Explore automatically displays your query in the most suitable format. You can change the chart type in the Visualization type () menu on the right sidebar.
Chart types for comparing trends over time
Chart types for displaying workflow
Chart types for comparing categories
Chart types using metrics as axes
Chart types for comparing metrics
While you can compare metrics with all of the chart types, sometimes you might want to view results for only one metric or compare multiple metrics without adding attributes. With the exception of the waterfall chart, these charts work best when comparing one or two metrics.
Chart types for comparing values to total results
If you are analyzing how your individual values equate to the total result, Explore offers visualizations that can help you easily display your data. For example, you can use these charts to evaluate which groups are solving the most tickets or what combination of values is producing the highest numbers.
Other chart types
Although Explore features many visualizations to help you present your query results, sometimes a simple table is the best way to present information.