This article provides the instructions to create and configure the Data Visualization card, which includes the following themes for displaying customized graphs, charts, and progress charts, with multiple customization options: 

  • Line – a line chart to compare changes over the same period of time for one or more series
  • Donut – a donut chart to present data as a pie or donut, where the circle is divided into multiple sectors.
  • Bar – a bar chart to present categorical data in rectangular bars with heights or lengths proportional to the values that they represent.
  • Progress Bar – a progress bar chart to show the progress of a goal such as monetary value, time, or achievements.
  • Progress Donut – a progress donut chart to show the progress of a goal such as monetary value, time, or achievements in a pie chart.
Important
  • Please refer to our An Introduction to Cards and Channels guide for an in-depth introduction to the types of cards that are ideal for your signage solutions.
  • Cards are only supported on devices with the Appspace App. Legacy devices are not supported.

The Data Visualization card is an Appspace supported card, which is officially created and periodically updated by Appspace with new templates and features.

What’s in this article:

Prerequisites

  • Ensure your device is compatible, please refer to the Supported Card Types section in the Compare device media player capabilities article.
  • Account Owner, Publisher, or Editor (author) role in Appspace.

Create and Configure Data Visualization Card

Follow the instructions below to create and configure the card:

  1. Log in to the Appspace console. 
  2. Click the QUICK ACTION menu on the top-right, select Create Card, and proceed to step 4 below.
    Or click Library from the Appspace menu navigation bar on the left, and proceed to step 3 below.
  3. Select the desired folder in the library, and click the ADD button, and select Create Card.
  4. Select Data Visualization from the Filter by template menu, and select a desired card template.

    For detailed configuration information, click the links below.

    • Progress Bar – Use a progress bar chart to show the progress of a goal such as monetary value, time, or achievements.
    • Progress Donut – Use a progress donut chart to show the progress of a goal such as monetary value, time, or achievements.
    • Line – Line chart can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one series.
    • Donut – A pie or donut chart is a type of graph in which a circle is divided into sectors that each represent a proportion of the whole.
    • Bar – A bar chart represents categorical data with rectangular bars with heights or lengths proportional to the values that they represent.