Show, Hide and Structure Mark Labels. You can include labels to your information points in your visualisation.
As an example, in a view that presents product category product sales with time as a line, you are able to label sales close to each point over the lines.
Show mark labels
To demonstrate mark labels in a viz:
From the Marks card, click Label , and then choose Show mark labels .
Hide mark labels
To cover mark labels in a viz:
Regarding the Marks card, click Label , and then clear Show mark labels .
Select which marks to label
You can specify which marks to label after you show mark labels in a worksheet.
To specify which markings to label:
In the Marks card, click Label .
Into the dialog package that opens, under Marks to Label, choose one of several following choices:
Label all markings when you look at the view.
Label just the minimum and optimum values for an industry in the view. When you select this program, you have to specify a scope and industry to label by.
As an example, the image below programs the mark labels scoped to pane, and specifies to exhibit the minimal and maximum amount of product sales values. This means the minimum and maximum sales are labelled for every pane when you look at the view. In this full situation, you can find four panes into the view.
It is possible to label the commencement or even the final end of all of the lines within the view, or both.
Label just the selected markings when you look at the view. (more…)