Category Archives: Graphs

Custom Visualization Gallery

Hello there!

MicroStrategy has a place that there are a lot of custom visualizations for version 10 already built.

You can find these graphs in the link below:

https://community.microstrategy.com/t5/Custom-Visualization-Gallery/bg-p/vizgallery

 

God bless you!

 

Adding D3 graphs to Visual Insight 10

Hello there!

If you want to import a D3 in MicroStrategy, you can follow the steps that are presented in this link below:

https://lw.microstrategy.com/msdz/MSDL/10/docs/projects/VisSDK_All/default.htm#topics/HTML5/CreatingCustomD3Visualizations.htm

It is pretty easy to download an existing D3 graph and use in Visual Insight 10.

Just let me know if you had any issues.

God bless you!

Custom VI Graph

Hello there!

In MicroStrategy 10 you will be able to include new graphs using JavaScript graphs, like: D3J, HighCharts, etc.

You just have to insert the folder that contains your graph in the plugins folder of your Microstrategy Web.

Here is a custom graph that you can download and put in that folder.

MstrVisD3BubbleChart

Hope it helps!

God bless you!

Creating a pie scatter graph in Visual Insight

Hello there!

A friend of mine asked me to write about how to create a pie scatter graph in Visual Insight. Today let’s talk about it!

To create a graph like this:

Scatter

You just have to:

1. Create a new Visual Insight dashboard with 1 dataset.

2. Create a new visualization and select a scatter.

Scatter

3. Go to the graph properties and choose “Pie” in “Shape”.

Scatter

4. Set your graph like this:

Scatter

That’s it.

Now you have for each pie slice a country with the discount as the size of them.

Hope it helps!

God bless you!

Rotating Pie Chart

Hello there!

Let’s think that you want to display the first element of a pie chart at 12 o’clock position in a pie chart.  How can we do that?

Example:

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In this case, we want Books in the first position (12 o’clock).

You just have to:

1. Edit your graph in Developer/Desktop;

2. Go to Pie Options;

3. Go to General;

4. In Pie Rotation, set 90

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Now you have your first element (Books) at the first position of you pie:

pic1

 

Hope it helps!

 

God bless you!