Visualization - Bar - Funnel

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Funnel charts (also known as pyramid charts and wedding cakes) are variants of the bar chart. The charts often appear in the shape of a triangle to depict the hierarchy or step-by-step change in the data.

Funnel charts (also known as <span data-content="synonym"pyramid charts charts and wedding cakes) are variants of the bar chart. The charts often appear in the shape of a triangle to depict the hierarchy or step-by-step change in the data.

Example

The most common way to input data into a pyramid chart is through a table, where the first column represents the label and the second represents the value.

The following example is a brand funnel for a fast-food chain. The visualization tracks the change in each stage of the funnel.

Pyramid table.png

The next example is a pyramid chart that is not necessarily shaped like a triangle. The visualization is a population pyramid of the United States in 2017.

Population pyramid.png

Create a Pyramid Chart in Displayr

1. Go to Insert > Visualization > Pyramid Chart
2. Under Inputs > DATA SOURCE > Output in ‘Pages’, select the table you want to visualize.
Note: if your variables are structured as binary variables, you can select them in Inputs > DATA SOURCE > Variables in ‘Data’ instead of creating a table

Object Inspector Options

The following is an explanation of the options available in the Object Inspector for this specific visualization. Refer to Visualization Options for general chart formatting options.

More Information

How to create a pyramid chart in Displayr
Customizing colors within a series on a bar chart


Code

Visualization - Area - Area

{
    "formChartType": "Funnel",
    "formStackSeries": false,
    "formSmallMultiples": false,
    "formAsPercentages": false,
    "formScatterLabelType": "As hover text"
}