The bullet graph is similar to the commonly used bar chart but can convey much more information within the same space.
Bullet graphs can be rendered in either a “forward” or “reverse” direction.
The bullet graphs displays data both vertically and horizontally.
Tooltip displays additional information about the data. The appearance of the tooltip is fully customizable through the use of templates.
Captions and subtitles can be specified to better describe the information displayed.
Comparative measures are short black lines that run perpendicular to the feature measure.
Bullet graph supports rendering multiple feature measure bars as well as multiple comparative measure symbols to allow comparison of several measures at once.
Qualitative range helps to measure the performance of data against a qualitative state by observing the distance between ranges until the measure extends. Each color of the range represents the quality, such as good, bad, and acceptable.
Quantitative scale is displayed with two types of ticks: major ticks, the primary scale indicators, and minor ticks, the secondary scale indicators that fall in between the major ticks. You can bind each of the range’s strokes to both minor and major ticks that are associated with it.
A quantitative scale label specifies the numeric value according to the major ticks in the range of the scale. You can bind each of the range’s strokes to the labels that are associated with it.
A quantitative scale label specifies the numeric value according to the major ticks in the range of the scale. We can customize labels by adding prefixes and suffixes.
Caption group (title, subtitle, and indicator text) text will be trimmed by default when overlapped with the scale and can be placed at any side of the scale.
Indicator displays a symbol along with text that is different from caption and subtitle. Images such as logo can also be used in indicator instead of symbols.