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Column series is a type of a Cartesian chart. A column chart displays data as vertical bars or columns across the chart horizontally. It is useful for illustrating comparisons among items or for showing data changes over a period of time.


This is an example of a bar chart:


NameName of the element.
AggregationType of the aggregation used on the values of the Vertical (Y) axis. Possible values are None, Count, Sum, Average, Minimum, Maximum and CumulativeSum.
CaptionName describing the values on the Z axis.
FieldEnter the name of the field that contains the values displayed on the Vertical (Y) axis and that is used for the aggregation.
TypeHow will the values be displayed when you use a Z axis. Possible types are Clustered (individual columns next to each other), Overlaid (individual columns over each other), Stacked (one column with values on top of each other) and Pct100 (one column with values stacked on top of each other where the Z axis shows the portion of 100%).
ZAxisFieldEnter the name of the field that contains the values displayed on the Z axis.



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