Reference: Chart options in Trends
Panels use charts to visually display results returned by Trends questions. You can find the following types of charts in Trends, in addition to the possible date ranges that a chart can display.
Panels can use the following chart types to visually display results collected by the source that the panel depends on.
The bar chart, or histogram, displays data for a single day. Use a bar chart when you want to compare two or more results, such as comparing browser versions or operating systems. In contrast to donut charts, the parts of a bar chart do not necessarily add up to a whole.
The donut chart displays data for a single day. Use a donut chart when you want to see or compare shares of a whole, such as displaying the percent of machines that run a specific operating system.
The line chart is a historical chart that shows data over multiple days. Use the line chart when you compare values over time.
The number chart displays a single value, such as a count or a percent. Use the number chart to display a current value that provides an overview of state. For example, use a number chart to show the percentage of endpoints that are currently online, or to show the number of endpoints that require a patch. A number chart can contain a trend indicator to show the change in value from a previous point in time.
The stacked area chart is a historical chart that shows data over multiple days. Use the stacked area chart when you want to sort and compare changes over time, such as displaying running applications on the endpoints. Hover over the graph to display the count for each result by date.
The date options that you can set for a chart depend on the type of chart.
- Single-day charts, such as donut charts and bar charts, display a single day of data.
- Historical charts, such as stacked area charts and line charts, display a date range.
|Custom||-||Select a day to view results from the last time Trends collected data on that day.|
|Latest data||-||Results from the last time Trends collected data for the source. The user interface shows the date of collection (UTC time). This is the only available option for a single-day chart that uses an hourly module source.|
|Today||Day||Results from the last time Trends collected data on the current day (UTC time).|
|Yesterday||Day||Results from the last time Trends collected data on the previous day (UTC time).|
|This day last week||Day||Results from the last time Trends collected data one week ago (UTC time).|
|This day last month||Day||Results from the last time Trends collected data one month ago (UTC time).|
|This day last quarter||Day||Results from the last time Trends collected data three months ago (UTC time).|
|Custom||-||Select the start date and end date of a date range. The start date and end date cannot be the same date.|
|This week||Day||Daily results beginning with the most recent Sunday through the current day.|
|This month||Day||Daily results beginning with the first of the month through the current day.|
|This quarter||Day||Daily results for a quarter beginning January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, or October 1st, through the current day.|
|Last week||Day||Daily results beginning with the previous Monday through the most recent Sunday.|
|Last month||Day||Daily results for the previous month.|
|Last quarter||Day||Daily results for the previous quarter. A quarter is January 1st to March 31, April 1st to June 30th, July 1st to September 30, or October 1st to December 31st.|
|Last 7 days||Day||Last 7 daily results, including the current day.|
|Last 30 days||Day||Last 30 daily results, including the current day.|
|Last 90 days||Day||Last 90 daily results, including the current day.|
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