The Metric History Chart web part displays the version history of up to ten number metric items from the Metrics list in a configurable chart.
The Metric History Chart does not support Date Metrics. See the Metric Scorecard for a web part that supports both.
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Tip! If you need to refresh the Metric History chart, you can do it by using the Ribbon action.
To configure the Metric History Chart web part:
Tip! Another way to configure the Metric History Chart is to click in the title of the Metric History Chart web part to expose the ribbon. Click the Metric History Chart ribbon tab and then click Configure Metric History Chart Settings.
Enter a title for the report.
Select a chrome type for the report:
Select a chart type:
Note: Custom formatting of Dates, Number or Currency columns are not supported in charts.
By default, charts use the local SharePoint theme to designate a color scheme for the Y-Axis columns; however, you can over-ride this and select a custom theme for the chart.
Custom theme selection does not over-ride custom color settings applied in the Chart Data Binding section.
Specify a width for the chart.
Specify a height for the chart.
Note: Chart height and width settings of below 100px will be ignored.
Show chart border
Select this option to show the chart border.
There are three options:
Tip! 'Show as standard' is the default option for displaying charts. A chart can be shown in either 3D and standard or polar and standard, but never 3D and polar.
Note: The Polar option for Metric History Charts are only available in the following charts: Column, Bar, Spline and Line. The options to 'Pan' and 'Zoom' are also not available on Polar charts.
The 3D options for Metric History Charts are only available on the following charts: Column and Bar.
Select this option to format for readability. When a chart has lots of data, the format for readability option enables clearer content as shown in the image below.
Select the columns to supply the data to render.
Select the time units to use as data points:
Select whether to show All Data or select Last and specify the number of Intervals to show in the past.
Selecting All Data and a frequent interval like Days could make the chart unreadable.
Interval Value Formula
Select the grouping formula:
Fill in missing data points
Select this if you want the chart to fill in any missing data points.
To understand this setting, examine the two images below. Both of these charts are configured exactly the same, except for the 'Fill in missing data points' setting.
When 'Fill in missing data points' is enabled, it creates a data point for every interval, even if the data has not changed. When 'Fill in missing data points' is not enabled, gaps will appear where there is no data.
You can plot up to ten metrics on the one chart. For each metric you can show the Metric Value and the Target Value. You can also enter a legend and select a color for the value being charted.
Select the Metric ID
Select Show Metric Value and/or Show Target Value and enter a legend and select a color
Entering the Legend and selecting the color are optional.
If you do not enter a Legend, the Metric ID will be displayed.
If you do not select a color, the selected chart theme will be used to assign colors.
Show Chart Title
Select to enable the display of a chart title
Enter a title for the chart
Select the preferred location for the chart title
Select the preferred alignment of the chart title
Show Chart Legend
Select to display a legend that illustrates the selected Y-Axis columns
Select the preferred location for the chart legend
Select the preferred alignment of the chart legend
Chart Data Labels:
Show data labels
Unselect this if you do not want to include data labels in chart data results