# Properties for individual 11.1 visualizations in Reporting

Set the properties for each version 11.1 visualizations, including font, line width, and size. Many visualizations have their own specific properties that control specific behavior of the visualization.

## Area (River, Area, Smooth area, Stepped area)

Property Explanation
Transpose When enabled, the Y-axis shows the independent scale and the X-axis shows the dependent scale.
Area opacity The opacity of the colored area. The value must be between 0 (fully transparent) and 1 (fully opaque).
Area border width The width of the area border. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Area border color The color of the area border.
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Interpolation (only for River and Smooth area) Controls how lines between data points are drawn. Choose from the following options:
• Step
• Step before
• Step after
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Box plot

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Extreme outlier fill color The fill color that is applied to the box plot extreme outliers.
Extreme outlier stroke color The color of the stroke for extreme outliers.
Extreme outlier border width The width of the box plot extreme outliers. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Mean color The color that is applied to the box plot mean.
Mean stroke width The width of each box plot mean. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Outlier fill color The fill color that is applied to the box plot outliers.
Outlier stroke color The color that is applied to the box plot outliers.
Outlier stroke width The width of the box plot outliers. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Median stroke color The color that is applied to the box plot median.
Median stroke width The width of the box plot median strokes. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Apply size box plot by original data When enabled, the size few the box plots is controlled by ordinal data.
Size of box plot with continuous data The width of box plots when continuous data is used. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Fill color The fill color that is applied to the box plots.
Stroke color The color that is applied to the box plot strokes.
Stroke width The width of the box plot strokes. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Whisker stroke color The color that is applied to the box plot whiskers.
Whisker stroke width The width of the box plot whiskers. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.

## Bubble (bubble, scatter, packed bubble)

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Marker shape The shape that is used for line markers. Choose from the following:
• Circle
• Cross
• Diamond
• Donut
• Donuts with center
• Square
• Star
• Triangle (up)
• Triangle (down)
• Triangle (left)
• Triangle (right)
• Rectangle (horizontal)
• Rectangle (vertical)
Border width The width of the borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Border color The color of the borders
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.

## Bullet

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Minimum range color The color that is applied to the minimum range region.
Medium range color The color that is applied to the medium range region.
Maximum range color The color that is applied to the maximum range region.
Bullet border width The width of the borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Bullet border color The color of the borders

Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Column (Clustered bar, Clustered column, Clustered combination, Stacked combination, Floating bar, Floating column, Stacked bar, Stacked column)

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Display as stacked percent chart Displays as stacked percent chart.
Column border width The width of the column borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Column border color The color of the column borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Heatmap

Property Explanation
Border width The width of the borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Border color The color of the borders.

## Line (Line, Smooth line, Step line)

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Show markers Shows or hides the markers.
Marker shape The shape that is used for line markers. Choose from the following options:
• Circle
• Cross
• Diamond
• Donut
• Donuts with center
• Square
• Star
• Triangle (up)
• Triangle (down)
• Triangle (left)
• Triangle (right)
• Rectangle (horizontal)
• Rectangle (vertical)
Interpolation (only for Smooth line and Step line) Controls how lines between data points are drawn. Choose from the following options:
• Step
• Step before
• Step after
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Map

Property Explanation
Style Configures the display style of the map. Choose from the following options:
• Streets
• Basic
• Bright
• Light
• Dark
• Outdoors
• Satellite
• Satellite streets
• Lapis
• Alabaster
• Obsidian
• Turquoise
• Chalcedony
• Default
Automatic zoom Automatically zooms to fit all data points on screen when the visualization is drawn.
Maximum zoom The maximum zoom level. Value between 0 and 22.
Missing value color The color that is applied to missing values
Enable layer control Displays a control that allows toggling the visibility of data layers.
Show map labels Controls if labels, like country and city names are shown on the map.
Enable search control Enables search for recognized features or locations on maps.

## Marimekko

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Display as stacked percentages Displays as a stacked percent chart.
Border width The width of the borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Border color The color of the borders
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Network

Property Explanation
Nodes minimum size Node size for the elements with the fewest attached links.
Nodes maximum size Node size for the elements with the most attached links.

## Pie

Property Explanation

The radius of the donut. 0 means the donut size is 0 (empty chart). 0.5 shows a half pie chart (donut). 1 shows a full pie chart.

Pie border color The border color of the pie.
Pie border width The border width of the pie. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Label location

Call out: The label location is on the outside of the slices with a call out.

Center: The label location is in the center of the slice.

Center horizontally: The label location is horizontally in the center of the slice.

Outside: The label location is on the outside of the slice.

Sort order The sort order. Choose between:
• Sort ascending
• Sort descending
• Don's sort

## Point

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Marker shape The shape that is used for point markers. Choose from the following:
• Circle
• Cross
• Diamond
• Donut
• Donuts with center
• Square
• Star
• Triangle (up)
• Triangle (down)
• Triangle (left)
• Triangle (right)
• Rectangle (horizontal)
• Rectangle (vertical)
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Fill polygons Fills the radar, making it an area representation instead of a line representation.
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Schematic

Property Explanation
Missing value color The color that is applied to missing values.

If you use a dataset and the region slot is populated, all associated elements in the SVG have a fill with a color as defined in the property Missing value color.

Highlight regions Displays all regions that IBM® Cognos Analytics can map.

For example, the SVG element has an attribute `data-cv-key` with a `value` that contains a key. When turned on, all mappable elements receive a fill with a color as defined in the property Missing value color. All non-mappable items have an opacity applied.

Zoom to view Specifies whether a view selection is zoomed when selected.
SVG reference Specifies the SVG to use in the visualization.
View transparency Defines the transparency of unselected views.
Enable view control Toggles the View selection UI.
Enable layer control Toggles the Layer selection UI.

Property Explanation
Back ring color The default color of the back ring.
Rounded dial ends. When enabled, the dial ends are rounded.
Start angle of dial The angle the dials start at, in degrees. For example, 0 is the top, and 180 is the bottom.
Padding between dials The padding between the dials. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Padding color between dials The default color of the padding between the dials.
Width of dial The width of the dials. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Center background radius The radius of the background circle under the center.
Center color The color that is applied to the padding circle under the center.
Dial border width The width of the borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Dial border color The color of the borders

## Composite (Line and column)

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Display as column chart Switches the axis.
Smooth line Enable to draw a smooth line
Line marker display mode Shows line and points, line only, or points only in the chart.
Marker shape The shape that is used for point markers. Choose from the following options:
• Circle
• Cross
• Diamond
• Donut
• Donuts with center
• Square
• Star
• Triangle (up)
• Triangle (down)
• Triangle (left)
• Triangle (right)
• Rectangle (horizontal)
• Rectangle (vertical)
Column border width The width of the column borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Column border color The color of the column borders.
Value axis logarithmic scaling Logarithmic scales are useful when the data you are displaying is much less or much more than the rest of the data or when the percentage differences between values are important.

## Treemap

Property Explanation
Display mode
Treemap visualizations support the following display modes:
• Squarified: The default display mode.
• Slice: Displays measures that belong to the same node in a vertically sliced way.
• Dice: Displays measures that belong to the same node in a horizontally sliced way.
• Slice - Dice: Displays stacked hierarchical measures that belong to the same node in a vertically sliced way.

The following screen capture displays a treemap with the Organization and Department measures on the Area hierarchy field, and Expense total on the Size field.

## Waterfall

Property Explanation
Baselines Baselines are horizontal or vertical lines that cut through the chart to indicate major divisions in the data.
Show total column Shows a total column in the chart.
Total column axis label The axis label of the total column.
Total column positive color The color to use for the total column, if its value is positive.
Total column positive legend label The legend label for a positive total column.
Total column negative color The color to use for the total column, if its value is negative.
Total column negative legend label The legend label for a negative total column.
Column border width The width of the column borders. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Column border color The color of the column borders.
First column positive color The color to use for the first column, if its value is positive.
First column negative color The color to use for the first column, if its value is negative.
The columns positive color The color to use for the total column, if its value is positive.
The columns negative color The color to use for the total column, if its value is negative.
Legend label for first positive bar Specifies the label on the Legend for the first bar if positive.
Legend label for first negative bar Specifies the label on the Legend for the first bar if negative.
Positive legend label The legend label for positive values.
Negative legend label The legend label for negative values.
Connecting lines width The width of the connecting lines. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Value axis maximum value The maximum value of the value axis.
Value axis minimum value The minimum value of the value axis.
Value axis tick interval Interval between ticks on value axis.

## Word cloud

Property Explanation
Word orientation The orientation of the words.
Value label font The font that is applied to the value labels
Minimum font size The minimum font size to use for each word. Use one of the following units:
• px
• %
• in
• cm
• mm
• pt
• pc
• em
• ex
Maximum font size The maximum font size to use for each word.