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Pareto Chart and Pipeline Chart

Hi All,

Can anyone tell me whether Pareto Chart and Pipeline Chart are possible in SAP xMII.

Appreciate your help..

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Neha

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    Oct 25, 2007 at 06:11 AM

    Nope, there is no type of charts u mentioned in SAP-xMII

    Following types of Charts are used in xMII

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    <u>Line</u>

    Line chart, typically used for time-series data

    <u>Bar</u>

    Bar chart, with data values interspersed

    <u>GroupBar</u>

    Bar chart, with data values ordered by tagname/dataset, then by observation

    <u>Pie</u>

    Pie chart

    <u>Polar</u>

    Polar chart or circular chart, where values are drawn in a circular fashion

    <u>StackedBar</u>

    Stacked bar chart, where individual samples are "stacked" into a single bar

    <u>FloatingBar</u>

    Floating bar with a crosshair indicator, typically used with min/max/average or low/high/close type charts

    <u>VariabilityBar</u>

    Floating bar, used with average and standard deviation data to plot process variability using +/- 3 sigma

    <u>Gauge</u>

    Rotary gauge with moving needle and user-specifiable gauge start and end angles

    <u>XY</u>

    Scatter plot which displays crosshair indicators for data values, where the first tag/dataset provides the X axis value

    <u>XYRegression</u>

    Same as XY chart, with a linear regression line drawn on top of the scatter plot

    <u>Regression</u>

    Same as XYRegression chart, but the scatter plot (individual data points) are not drawn

    <u>Strip</u>

    Very similar to a line chart, but the underlying data source provides current values that are trended "in memory"

    <u>Radar</u>

    Similar to a polar chart, however, the data values generally do not have a time axis, and are displayed in a slightly different visual format. The radar chart can be used to show comparisons between multiple observations or versus target ranges.

    <u>EventHorizon</u>

    This chart shows a vertical line associated with each time stamped event returned from a query. The appearance is similar to a spectral analysis. It is a convenient means for showing the occurrence of alarms/events over a specified time interval.

    <u>Custom</u>

    This chart combines the characteristics of the line, bar, and group bar charts. Each returning data point, or pen, can be assigned to draw as a line, single bar, or as part of a group bar. See the Custom Chart Helper Reference for more information on the specifics of this chart type.

    <u>Waterfall Chart</u>

    This chart is a variation on a stacked bar chart. Each floating bar represents a number for the current X-axis period, but the position of the floating bar along the Y-axis represents a cumulative total of the previous bars. Negative and positive values are displayed in different colors. This is ideal for showing "contribution margin" or "components" where the values may be both positive and negative.

    <u>Horizontal Bar</u>

    This is a variation on the Bar chart, allowing the bar length to be horizontal rather than vertical.

    <u>Horizontal Group Bar</u>

    This is a variation on the Group Bar chart, allowing the bar length to be horizontal rather than vertical.

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    Oct 25, 2007 at 10:02 AM

    Neha

    You can use "Custom chart" for building Peroto chart Since both are having same visibility ..Correct me if i am wrong .For Pipeline chart..more information required from you ....

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    Oct 27, 2007 at 02:49 PM

    A Pareto chart is simply a "sorted" bar chart, typically with a maximum # of bars.

    Use a standard bar chart, and use either SQL or BLS to sort the dataset.

    A Pipeline chart is typically rendered as either a horizontal bar chart or a gantt chart. xMII can do the horizontal bar chart, but to do the Gantt chart, you need to do a little bit of DHTML magic. I wrote a pretty cool Gantt chart in xMII a couple years ago. I had two versions of it, one using XSL and one using BLS logic. I liked the BLS version better, since it was easier to understand and maintain.

    Rick

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