Using ReportsMaestro
Working with report/chart builder
Creating web report
Creating web chart
Adding header and footer
Changing visual style
Custom SQL
Chart types
List of chart types
Accumulation chart
Area chart
Bubble chart
Column/Bar charts
Combined chart
Financial OHLC/Candlestick charts
Gauge chart
Line/Spline/Step-Line charts
Pie/Doughnut charts

Gauge chart


A Gauge chart represents a value on a graduated scale or dial. The Gauge chart can be of two types: Circular Gauge and Linear Gauge.

The circular Gauge looks like gauges on a car dashboard. It consists of radial scale, holding your data range, pointer, and might support different color ranges for classifying your data.

The linear Gauge is a wide line, that can hold much information and possess a variety features. It can be either vertical or horizontal.

You can display one or several Gauges on a chart by choosing one or several Data series. Also you can define minimum and maximum values.

Color zones are used to decide whether your data is in preset limits. You can set the desired number of different colors depending on the number of your conditions.


Chart settings on the Chart: Appearance screen:

ยท Gauge style - this option defines the gauge appearance (circle, horizontal linear, vertical linear).

Example of circular Gauge chart with two Data series selected


Example of vertical linear Gauge chart



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