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What is a gauge graph?

Gauge graphs represent data in the form of a meter with a needle that indicates performance within set ranges. Gauge graphs are useful in highlighting outliers or anomalies and tracking progress towards a goal.


Build a gauge graph

Within the Graphing tab, select the Graph type menu and choose the Gauge option. Depending on what you're measuring, you may need to configure ranges to get started.

Measurements with defined ranges

Some measurements, like scores, have pre-defined ranges. The gauge graph will automatically display the defined ranges with no additional configuration required.


Measurements with undefined ranges 

Most measurements, like volume, length, subsets, etc. do not have pre-defined ranges, and you will need to configure the range display with your desired lables, values, and colors.


Tethr tip: When entering range values, do not use commas.