ProDiver Graph Formats
You can view your data in various graphical formats. The best type of graph to use depends on the data being presented.
Basic Plot Graphs
Basic plot graphs display data for a single dimension and up to 16 summaries. They consist of a series of plotted points that correspond to summary values being displayed. Basic plot graphs include bar graphs, line graphs, and point graphs. The following styles of basic plot graphs are available:
Bar Plot Graph Example
Line Plot Graph Example
Point Plot Graph Example
Area Plot Graph Example
Spline Plot Graph Example
Area Spline Plot Graph Example
3D Bar Plot Graph Example
3D Line Plot Graph Example
Linear Bubble Graph Example
Pie Plot Graphs
Pie plot graphs display up to 16 values for a single dimension. If there are more than 16 values, the graph displays the first 15 values listed in the tabular display, and combines the remaining values in a 16th wedge called Other. The following styles of pie
Pie Plot Graph Example
3D Pie Plot Graph Example
Doughnut Plot Graph Example
3D Doughnut Plot Graph Example
Calendar Plot Graphs
Calendar plot graphs display data for up to 16 summaries in calendar format. The dive dimension must be a date. The following styles of calendar plot graphs are available:

Calendar View with Bar Plots—Shows a bar (or point) representing the relative size of summary data on each day of the calendar Example

Calendar Active View—Shows whether or not summary data is available for each day Example

Calendar Sorted View—Shows colorcoded data that indicates a range of values Example
Cross Plot Graphs
Cross plot graphs shows data that pertains to two dimensions simultaneously. The following styles of cross plot graphs are available:

Bar Cross Plot Example

Line Cross Plot Example
NOTE: If there is only one value, instead of a line, the graph displays a dot.

Point Cross Plot Example

Bar Summary Cross Plot Example

Line Summary Cross Plot Example

Point Summary Cross Plot Example

Bubble Cross Plot Example

3D Bar Cross Plot Example

3D Line Cross Plot Example

3D Bar Summary Cross Plot Example

3D Line Summary Cross Plot Example
Control Chart Graphs
Control chart graphs show statistical background data for a single dimension. They can be used to observe trends. The following styles of control chart graphs are available:

XChart Example

PChart Example

NPChart Example

CChart Example

UChart Example

MRChart Example

Individual MRChart Example
 Custom Data Control Chart
Time Graphs
Time Graphs show linear bars that represent a range of time. ProDiver displays Gantt charts. Example
Map Graphs
Map graphs show data over a geographical area. A developer must set up a map folder and geographical attributes in order for map graphs to be created. The following styles of map graphs are available:
Radar Graphs
Radar graphs display summary values as radius points from a common central axis. The following styles of radar graphs are available:
Scatter Plot Graphs
Scatter graphs display data for two summaries across a single dimension. The following styles of scatter graphs are available:
Stack Plot Graphs
Stack plot graphs display summary values in a stacked format. The following styles of stack plot graphs are available:

Bar Stack Plot Example

Percentage Stack Plot Example

Summary Stack Plot Example

3D Bar Stack Plot Example

3D Percentage Stack Plot Example

3D Summary Stack Plot Example
For more information, see About Graph Attributes.