We’ve just updated the AnyChart and AnyGantt extensions for Qlik Sense to further facilitate the path to enhanced data-driven insights for you! Keep reading to learn about the new amazing Waterfall Chart and Gantt Chart features delivered in the 4.3.249 releases. Then check out the latest versions to see them all in action!
Continuing to improve our charts for Qlik Sense based on your feedback, this time we’ve reconsidered the Waterfall Chart and are glad to introduce you to its brand new version. Meet the AnyChart 4 Waterfall Chart in Qlik!
The new AnyChart Qlik Waterfall Chart stands out from the crowd with its amazing ability to get data both as absolute values for each state and as differences between the states. Moreover, our Waterfall Chart supports two stacking modes and can display totals and subtotals.
A Waterfall Chart — you could have also heard it called a Mario Chart, a Bridge Chart, or a Flying Bricks Chart — is widely used for analytical purposes. Such a form of data visualization commonly streamlines the analysis of processes and activities such as research, production, sales, and so on, especially when it comes to the exploration of transitions between the stages.
Try and enjoy the new Waterfall Chart for Qlik Sense in the AnyChart extension!
Visible Date Range Printing in Gantts
You know you can print your entire Gantt chart in an instant using the navigation toolbar or through the dedicated drop-down menu. But what if you only need to visualize a part of it on paper?
We’ve made it all flexible! Now you can choose to print the currently visible part of a Gantt chart when you want to focus on the specific dates and periods — what you see is what you get!
Grid Line Stroke Settings in Gantts
Talking about the major news of the September release, here’s another great improvement: Horizontal grid lines in Gantt charts are now configurable!
Feel free to choose what kind of stroke you need in your project visualization, including the color, thickness, and type.
More Gantt Improvements
Actually, we’ve delivered even more Gantt chart improvements in the latest release of our AnyGantt extension for Qlik Sense, or Project Management Bundle as we’ve been calling it since spring 2020 when it received the awesome Timeline Chart in addition to Project Gantt and Resource Charts.
All updates are listed in the AnyGantt for Qlik Version History — don’t forget to take a look.
Please send us your feedback. You know we always carefully listen to your ideas and do our best to implement them in a timely manner.
Originally published at https://qlik.anychart.com on September 16, 2020.