Create a Chart

Create a Chart

You can create numerous types of charts and tables using the analyzer in PARTNER CPRM. First, you need to capture data from members of your ecosystem.

How To Create a Chart

1. Once you have some responses and data, open a capture and click "Analyzer" in the capture navigation menu on the right side of the screen.

2. In the Data Options menu, choose a Chart Type: either a Bar chart, Column chart, or Donut chart.

3. Choose a data source: capture questions or member attributes.

4. Choose the specific question or attribute data to visualize.

5. Use the Settings menu on the left to decide how to display the legend, labels, question, and response data.

6. When you are happy with your chart, click the "Save" icon at the top right of the page.

7. Give your chart a name and click "save." Choose something easy to memorable that is descriptive of the data and table.


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