After you’ve ingested your data, you can create workspaces populated with a variety of widgets to visualize your data. Widgets provide information at a glance in the form of charts, graphs, word clouds, or other visualizations. You can share and export these widgets with your teammates and stakeholders. No coding is required – all widgets can be created in our widget editor’s point and click interface. Your widgets are completely customizable - add text or images, tweak the colors or size, and more. Filters can also be applied directly at the widget level.
What visualization options are available?
There are over 30 data visualizations available for any given widget. To create a widget, you must select one or more data fields. The widget editor will automatically update to display the visualization options available based on your selections. Some visualizations are only used for specific kinds of data. In the widget editor, you can hover over each icon for more details about that option.
For more information on the data visualization options and available widgets see the full list below. Some visualization options, like the three bar chart options, have been grouped together.
- Area Chart - Similar to a bar and line chart. Area below the line trend is filled in by color.
- Bar Chart (Vertical/Horizontal/Circular) - Presents categorical data with bars.
- Box Plot - Graphically the five-number summary for a numerical field.
- Bubble Chart - Presents categorical data with bubbles.
- Calendar - Presents temporal data in a calendar view.
- Circle Chart - Presents groupings of data with differently sized circles.
- Topic Cloud/Wheel* - Presents phrases of different sizes in unorganized open space.
- Collapsible Taxonomy Tree** - Presents groupings of data within a logic tree.
- Folder Taxonomy Table** - Presents groupings of data within a table structure.
- Funnel Graph - Presents ratio data within a funnel visual.
- Gauge Visual - Presents numeric data within a gauge ticker visual.
- Geo Map - Presents geographical data within a map visual.
- Heatmap - Presents index data in a visual that isolates top and bottom performers.
- List/Table - Presents a variety of data types in a list format.
- Matrix - Presents a variety of data types in a formal table structure.
- Line Chart (Single/Multi) - Presents trend data over a specific metric (generally time based)
- Number Visual - Presents one numeric metric (can be summarized as a percentage, currency, etc).
- Parallel Sets - Presents the flow of proportions for one metric.
- Pie Chart - Presents the distribution of records for one metric.
- Radar Chart - Also known as a cobweb chart, presents distribution of multiple metrics by subset of categories.
- Scatterplot - Presents an x/y coordinate dot display of two metrics.
- Stream Visual - Stacked area chart with no corner.
- Taxonomy Circle Pack** – Display the distribution of taxonomy hits with circles grouped by parent/child relationship and sized by volume.
- Theme Exploration* - Presents phrase data of different values in a structured format.
- Threshold Indicator - Set an icon to display whether a numerical threshold has been met.
- Time Comparison - Compares time between categorical data based on a numeric metric.
- Tree Map - Buckets categorical data into multi-level boxes.
- Waffle Chart - Captures percentage trends.
- Fresh Topic Exploration* - Captures recent relevance of topics based on date settings.
NOTE: Widgets with a “*” are used specifically with Stratifyd’s Smart AI topic models. Widgets with a “**” are used specifically for Taxonomy models.
Creating a basic widget
Overview: Widget Editor