Visualization Relationships in your Data
Our latest visualizations – Scatter Plots and Bubble Charts – are now live and available to all Verb users. With these visualizations, you can help your users observe relationships between variables.
Newest Verb Visualizations
Use Scatter Plots to observe and show relationships between two numeric variables. The dots in a scatter plot report the values of individual data points and patterns across the data set.
Scatter Plots in Verb are unique because they allow, but do not require values to be aggregated by a field. This means that the measures can be individual points on a chart or grouped on a dimension-type field. For example, if your measures are the height and weight of individuals, you may add an aggregator of average by country and the points will show the average height and weight of all individuals from each country.
Our design team has provided options to customize the scatter plot to meet your needs. There are options to allow users to visualize trends and reference lines to give more insight to your end-user.
Bubble Charts are used similarly to scatter plots but the dots on the chart contain a third measure that controls the size of the dot. Each dot in a bubble chart corresponds with a single data point, and the variables’ values for each point are indicated by horizontal position, vertical position, and dot size.
Combining three measures on a bubble chart is quick with Verb’s model and collection builder. The complexity of adding a third measure component to the chart is completely handled by Verb so there is no additional transformation work to do to create this chart.
We are putting the finishing touches on the Box Plot tile type and we’re adding more features to help maintain the evolution of schemas over time. If there’s anything we can help you with please let us know!
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