Bullet graph is a variation of the bar graph, which was developed as a complement for the dashboard gauges and meters. The bullet graph features a single, primary measure (for example, current year-to-date revenue), and compares that measure to one or more other measures to enrich its meaning (for example, compared to a target). It also has the ability to display the measures in the context of a qualitative range of performance such as poor, satisfactory, and good.
The view of the bullet graph can be changed, allowing users to force the application into a particular screen orientation.
Bullet graph provides tooltips that displays brief descriptions of the qualitative ranges as well as the values of the quantitative measures.
Bullet graph’s elements are simple and it is very easy to use in various business scenarios. The ticks, labels, and ranges inside the bullet graph can be customized.
Information on the progress or status of growth can be easily measured by using featured measure and comparative measure data values and other customizable elements in it.
Integrating in the grid view allows users to present large amounts of data in a way that is easy to understand.