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What Chart types would you like in Wdesk?

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  • Ruth Nouanesengsy
    Doughnut and 3D
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  • Scott Paasch
    Stacked Bar Groups, 3D and 100% Stacked. 
    Thanks!
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  • Sarah Tolley

    3D Charts please
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  • Cody McLaughlin

    Bullet (for budget vs actual comparisons), map-bubble (for showing regional sales), and stacked bar groups (for comparing locational results)
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  • Permanently deleted user
    Multi-ring pie/donut, 3D, stock.

    I thought that we already could do stacked bar charts?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hi Ruth! 
    Can you share with me how you compare 2-D vs. 3-D charts and your preferences between?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Jennifer! How would you use the stacked bar groups?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hi Scott!
    Can you share how you'd use stacked bar groups? Feel free to even post an example if you have one. 
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hi Sarah!
    Can you explain how you'd use 3-D charts vs. a 2-D chart and the benefits that come with 3-D?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Thanks, Cody for adding the use case for each chart - very helpful!
    Can you dive deeper into your request for stacked bar groups to do locational results data visualization? Can you post an example?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hi Jamie! 
    Can you walk me through how you'd use multi-ring pie/doughnut? Also, how would you use stock charts? 

    We can do stacked bar charts today. However, we do not have the capability to do 100% stacked bar charts. 
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  • Ruth Nouanesengsy
    This is really just for visual purposes since we would like to link directly from dashboards and presentations into our audit committee deck
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  • Peter Molnar
    Doughnut and 3D Charts - We need this for our proxy statement for compensation totals and global sales presentations for board reporting. Currently using excel having to import into Wdesk for these charts.

    100% stacked would be a nice additional for out internal monthly revenue by product line trend reporting.
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  • Barbara
    Stacked bars and also the double stack, as in one subject on the x axis but two stacked bars/columns.  One example would be predicted/actual compensation.

    Also doughnuts where the labels can be wherever we want them.  Super!!!
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  • Lea George
    Stacked waterfall charts! We use these in our earnings release slide presentations to differentiate between our two segments. 
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  • Kevin Walker
    How does this compare to what you're asking?
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  • Kevin Walker
    When you say Dashboards, are you referring to a Wdesk Presentation or the SOX Wdesk Database Dashboards?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Scott - Any chance you had feedback for me on my above question?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Sarah! Any chance you can explain how you'd use 3-D Charts vs. 2-D Charts and the benefits that come with 3-D?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Cody - Any chance you had an answer for me on my above question? Thanks!
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Jamie - Any chance you have a response to my above question?
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Peter!
    Thanks for posting. Can you share an example of the doughnut you need for the proxy statement? Thanks!
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  • Kevin Walker
    Thanks Barbara! 
    Do you have an example you could post of the stacked bars as a 'double stack'? I just want to make sure I fully understand. Thanks!
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  • Kevin Walker
    Hey Lea!
    Are you able to post a link to your earnings release slide presentations for me to see?
    Thanks!
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  • Permanently deleted user
    My comment was more theoretical based on past presentations I've seen. We don't use Wdesk for presentations yet.
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  • Sarah Tolley

    Sure, we use 3d charts now for some of our MI reporting.  As an example, on the y axis we have value, x we have months, and then we are comparing figures of 3 categories in each month as a years trend.  I have attached an example which may explains better
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  • Sarah Tolley
    Opps, was unable to attach the graph.
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  • Scott Paasch
    We use stacked columns to report on debt payments in our annual publication of the budget:

    3D in the annual budget publication


    Also in budget presentations to City Council:

    Also looking to incorporate these in the Management reports that will be created in Wdesk presentations.
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  • Ruth Nouanesengsy
    Both
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  • Cody McLaughlin

    I'm sorry, I don't have an example of what you're looking for because we don't use other systems to supplement our wdesk presentations.  We only use what's available on the platform. 
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