Chart - DePaul University

Chart - DePaul University

Chart ArcView_module_11 May 15, 10:40 AM Outline Two ways of creating charts How charts are created Steps

Two ways of creating charts From Table document Chart is created from the selected records (or all records) in the active table From Project window

Prompted to choose a table How charts are created ArcView creates a chart from the s elected or all records based on the value of the field you specified The number of records shouldnt b e too large

Chart Properties dialog box Groups field Only numeric fields Labeling field You can choose any number of fields (depending on chart type), and specify the order drawn in chart Data Groups/Series

Data Groups: a set of related value s that describe the same variable ArcView considers the data from a field in a table as a data groups by default Data Series: a set of related values used for comparison in a chart

ArcView considers the data from a record in a table as a data series by default Data Groups/Series Record s FIPS 36025 36029 36041 36057 COUNTY Delaware County

Erie County Hamilton County Montgomery County PERCENT_OVER_65 19 16 20 19 Labeling Groups Field Field Data Series (shown as a

legend) Data Groups (shown as a x-axis) You can change groups/series Steps Choose a table/theme from which

you want to make a chart Select records/features that may interest you (if features are selected, open theme table) Click the Create Chart button in a Table Steps In the Chart Properties dialog box, choose Groups field(s), and Labeling field

How many groups field(s)? One field for displaying one attribute Multiple fields for displaying related attributes Two fields for scatter plot (upper one becomes x-axis, lower one becomes y-axis) Steps

Choose a chart type right for your purpose (e.g. column chart, bar chart, pie chart, scatter plot, line chart) Modify scales (min,max) for x, y axis if needed Modify labels for x, y axis if needed Modify colors for chart elements if needed

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