InstructionStep 1. Open or create a new ad hoc view (refer to the Creating Ad Hoc Views article for further information) Step 2. Click on the Select Visualisation Type icon in the top menu The Select Visualisation Type window is displayed Step 3. Select Range from the Chart Types list There are 5 Range charts available:
Tip: All charts must have at least one measure. The Parent tree map also requires at least 2 fields in the columns area.Step 6. Click and Drag 2 fields to the columns area e.g. Primary Address City, Gender This allows the measure data to be broken up by the field information. When the field is added, the totals are displayed on the chart. In the right hand side pane there is a section called Data Level. The slider allows you to quickly change the level at which the data is reported. When the slider is all the way to the left, it shows the measure total. Step 7. Slide the slider all the way to the right.
Tip: If you hover your mouse over the left and right ends of the slider the data level options will be displayed. Sometimes there are multiple options along the length of the slider.Step 8. Hover your mouse over a rectangle to display the measure information. Step 9. Click on one of the rectangles to show further information. Clicking on the rectangle brings that field into full screen and displays information about the second measure. Step 10. To return to the previous screen, press the back button at the top right. Step 11. Add an additional field to the chart. e.g. main source of income Step 12. Move the slider to the right Separate rectangles are created for the second field level. i.e. Adelaide female and Adelaide male have separate rectangles, each of these broken into internal rectangles representing the main source of income field. Step 13. Click on one of the rectangles to show further information. The main source of income breakdown is displayed for the Primary Address City/Gender rectangle. Step 14. Press the back button to return to the main screen.