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Pareto charts

Overview

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Feature

The pareto chart is a type of chart that contains both columns and a special type of line chart.

The individual values of a pareto chart are represented in descending order by columns, and the cumulative percent total is represented by the line. The y-axis on the left is paired with the columns, while the y-axis on the right is paired with the line. By the end of the line, the cumulative percent total reaches 100 percent.

Figure: Pareto chart example

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Your search needs at least one attribute and one measure to be represented as a pareto chart.

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