Interactive Chart Tooltips

Would you like to see some great interactive chart tooltips? With the help of these, the charts and dashboards speak for themselves. We continually work daily, week by week, to create a better and more diverse dashboard for you. You can see the result in today’s guide.

The data set is relatively simple. There are income, expenses, and profit differences between these two. In the column Plan / Actual, we can see how the planned income and expenditures compare to the actual data. In the last column, you can find the differences in percent. If the value is over 100 %, we over-fulfilled the plan; this is the goal.

The bullet chart seems the right decision when making a plan / actual comparison. Please look at it; how spectacularly it displays the difference between the positive and negative!

Let us analyze the information gathered from the bullet chart: income fell behind the planned by 7 %, this is terrible news. But, on the other hand, expenditure is 3 % higher than previously expected. According to this (not too hard to guess), profit has also fallen behind expectations.

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A nominator who belongs to the table is responsible for displaying the pop-up charts. There is a 1-1 radio button for all three categories; we can get more information about the chosen category by choosing between these. For example, the pop-up window informs about the development of income/expenditure/profit with the help of different kinds of charts.

Interactive Chart Tooltips – Trend

Analyzing a 12-month trend, we gather enough information to form an opinion about the chosen year’s performance. For example, sparklines show the volume of the product has been above or below average.

We love this kind of chart, we don’t need to roam in the jungle of numbers, enough to take a look at it, and the bottom line can be seen!

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Cost Structure

If the radio button is checked next to the Costs field, we can see the expenditure structure on a donut chart; if the casts can be summed up in 4-5 categories, then helpful to apply this chart.

We must use a different chart if we have to organize 8-10 costs, products, or categories.

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Profit section

If the radio button is checked next to the Profit field, we can see the profit development in the monthly breakdown.

Looking at the picture, we can easily see that February and June-July-August were creating a deficit, and also that we are performing especially well in the last three months of the year.

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Let us say this much about interactive chart tooltips. Finally, let’s talk about You!

The end of the year is getting closer, and we would like to thank you for the many e-mails and support you have given us on YouTube and Facebook! This trust gives us much energy to carry out many more spectacular projects.

What can be expected in the next year? First, our website will be stronger, faster, and better.

We are ready to use Dashboard Templates and project management templates.

Additionally, there will be a big surprise next year, but this has to remain a secret. Next year everything turns out. In the meantime, good work and study to you all. Download the chart!