This article will show you:
- suggestions for selecting a threshold.
- various examples of different thresholds.
Select Threshold (Optional)
This step is optional. Thresholds have two options available for you to select from:
- Manual - You can manually pick the low, high, color, and name (Example 1).
- Quartile - You give us four colors and four names to use (Example 2).
This chart's threshold was created manually. This means that a user picked the low, high, color, and name for the chart. If you want a chart to look a specific manner, this option is available.
Dials are an example of quartile thresholds. This option is available if you have no preference to how your threshold look. This is automatically done based on a population. For example, if you pick a population, the colors to be based on the population, four highs/lows will be generated.
For this example, there are four colors: red, orange, yellow, and green. You can select any colors you want and if you want three colors instead of four, we can make two quartiles the same color.