Data Visualization Settings
There are multiple types of color palettes to provide flexibility and simple application.
Discrete Colors is a set of 8 colors that can be selected from when only one color is required for the presented data.
- A categorical Scheme is a set of 6 colors that will be applied to dimensions or categories. When a visualization needs more than 6 colors Verb will extend the scheme by darkening then lightening the colors.
- A Sequential Scheme must have at least 2 colors but may have more colors in the sequence. When the scheme is applied to a visualization Verb will calculate the number of colors required and select colors that are equidistant in the sequential palette.
KPI Colors are applied to the KPI type tile text, icons and values.
Other Colors give options to control the empty state color on visualizations and text colors when comparison and conditional values are used.
Visualization fonts are the properties used across all tile types. By default, the properties will inherit from the General Canvas configuration but they may be overridden.
Tooltip styles are applied to data visualization hovering, information icons, and truncated text. Text options here are inherited from the General Canvas configuration but they may be overridden.
Controlling the style of gauge tiles can be done at the theme level however there are some additional controls at the tile level.
Theme Level - Borders and Border Styles Tile Level - Gauge thickness and Arc Size
Controlling the style of Pie/Donut tiles can be done at the theme level however there are some additional controls at the tile level.
Theme Level - Borders and Border Styles Tile Level - Donut thickness and Labels Axis Charts Styling the axes, bars and area lines is controlled at the theme level but configuration is generally done at the tile level.
Tables styles apply to standard tables and pivot tables. There are some configuration options at the tile level, like turning headers and totals on and off.
Map empty states and borders are set on the theme but configuration options are controlled on the tile itself.