IMPORTANT: This document is specific to Sigma worksheets. To learn about this topic for Sigma’s new Workbooks feature, please visit Intro to Building Visualizations.

Summary of Content

Create a Gauge Chart
Plot Options
Format Options
Related Resources

Create a Gauge Chart

  1. Open the visualization tab in your worksheet’s right hand panel.
  2. Click on the blue + icon to add a new visualization.
    This will open up the visualization’s plot and format panel.
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  3. Click the gauge chart icon button under VISUALIZATION TYPE.
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  4. Add one column to the Plot tab’s Value field.
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  5. [optional] All gauge chart fields default to display the maximum value in the column (i.e. Max([column-name]) ). To change a field’s aggregation type, open it’s dropdown menu and select a function from the Aggregation submenu.
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  6. [optional] Add a column to the Minimum field. If no column is added, this value will default to 0.
  7. Add one column to the Maximum field.
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  8. [optional] Customize your chart format using the optionals available in the Format tab.

Plot Options

Value

1 column (required)
Default field aggregation: Maximum

Declares a point within the chart’s minimum and maximum range. The chart displays fill between the minimum plotted field and the value field.

Minimum

1 column (optional)
Default value: 0
Default field aggregation: Maximum

Declares the chart’s minimum value.

Maximum

1 column (required)
Default field aggregation: Maximum

Declares the chart’s maximum value.

Format Options

Open the visualization editor’s Format tab to customize your chart formats. The following format options are available for gauge charts:

  • Theme
  • General
  • Title
  • Data Labels
  • Gauge Marks

Related Resources

Create a Visualization
Format Your Chart

 

IMPORTANT: This document is specific to Sigma worksheets. To learn about this topic for Sigma’s new Workbooks feature, please visit Intro to Building Visualizations.