Analytics Custom Charts Bundle
This community visualization bundle is targeted to go beyond the standard reporting for Google Analytics. Take your next to a new level. Build amazing dashboards that inform at a glance.
These charts are customizable, adaptable and resizable. In just a couple of clicks hook up your data source (Excel sheets or live data sources), add filters and you're ready to present the top line or drill down into your data's specific information.
Charts in the Custom Analytic Library
Many of these custom charts come with the option of Small Multiples (trellis charts). This is one of the most time saving elements of our community visualization charts for Google Data Studio. This layout of a series of similar graphs or charts using the same scale and axes makes it easy to compare different aspects of the same large data set. They act as a repeater and allow you to display many variables with less risk of confusing your audience.
Visualize your site tree as a Sunburst diagram and quickly find out how your site is structured.
Ideal for visualizing site traffic, Google Search Console data or even to analyze log files.
Progressive reduction of data as it flows through a process - from one phase or step to another. Ideal for analysing the success of a campaign or any winnowing process.
One of the most in demand charts. Progress bars and gauges are very useful to identify whether something is good/bad, high/low, above average, etc.
This custom chart also includes radial charts that indicate beyond 100% values. Used with the small multiple feature, you can set up your top KPIs in a group of progress bars in seconds.
Simple Bar Charts
This most basic version of a bar chart will enable you to compare up to 16 metrics while keeping the same scale and compare with another metric or a comparison date range.
Pivot dimensions and metrics to better compare metrics of a single dimension.
The chart can also be used as a quick filter.
Return on Advertising Spend
Show the return on investment of your advertising spend (ROAS). Display with or without fixed target values for your overall goals and for each individual campaign. And compare with a metric in the dataset.
And all including small multiples.
Score cards are common to GA users and are a staple of good dashboard building. These score cards are the power up version and they can be deployed using small multiples cutting down your working time exponentially.
Simple KPI With Bar Chart With Line Graph
Tools – Timebrush
The timebrush is not a chart per se, but a tool, that helps you quickly filter other charts on your page.
It will display the current time frame of the dataset and by selecting (cursor changes to crosshairs over the timetable) one or a range of bars you can filter the report to a new time frame – simply click and drag! Deselect by clicking elsewhere on the chart.
This chart allows you – with the help of BigQuery – to import custom maps into Data Studio and create a slideshow. The map contains a heatmap layer and with text added to each slide you can walk the user through your story.
Maps are an amazing way to display and analyse geographically related data.
This library includes: Heatmap and Screengrid visualizations. All maps are Web GL based (fast + 3D views) and support > 150 countries.
Soon to be added: a Hexagon version based on the H3 Uber technology.
The first version of our bullet graph reduces the form to its bare minimum and very much resembles a progress bar.
It helps you to visualize achievements of targets in total numbers, but optionally can display the target ratio.
Use this discovery tool by combining multiple dimensions to create an appealing visualization that lets you quickly see how certain metrics are distributed.
This is a free community visualization and directly built-into Google Data Studio.