In a radial visualization, each bar appears in a circle with longer bars that represent larger values. Hover over a bar to see the details about it, such as the exact value represented by the bar. Each bar starts at 12 noon and goes in a clockwise direction for positive values and counterclockwise for negative values.

Radial visualizations, also known as dial charts or speedometer charts, show information as reading on a dial. The radial visualization is valid only with one category.

For example, this visualization shows renewals by offer type and gender.

Radial visualization that shows renewals by offer type and gender
Create the Radial visualization by dragging the following data items from the Customer Analysis section in the Sources pane data icon:
  • Drag Renew Offer Type onto the Bars field.
  • Drag Number of Policies onto the Length field.
  • Drag Gender onto the Color field.
Create the radial visualization

The next step is to set the sort properties for Renew Offer Type and Gender.

  1. Click the visualization, then in the Data pane, click the <Renew Offer Type> data item.
  2. Click Properties
  3. In the Properties pane, for Sort order, select Ascending.
  4. In the Data pane, click the <Gender> data item.
  5. In the Properties pane, for Sort order, select Descending.
  6. Click Properties to close the Properties pane.


You can see examples of visualizations in the sample report Customer lifetime value analysis. You can find the sample here: Team content > Samples > Reports > Standard reports > Customer lifetime value analysis.

If any of the sample objects are missing, contact your administrator.