Charts

Discover what kind of charts you can use within Ludus, to present your data in the best way possible.

Types of charts

Ludus supports 10 different types of graphs, adapted to the majority of situations.

  • Area
  • Bar
  • Bubble
  • Donut
  • Gauge
  • Line
  • Pie
  • Radar
  • Scatter
  • Step
Area, bar, bubble, line, radar, scatter and step charts can be used with multiple values per series. Donut, gauge, and pie only use a value par series.

Data format

Markdown

In Markdown, each line is a series of data, preceded by the minus character. Each series has a name and a set of values, separated by the colon character. Each value is separated by a comma.

Example:

- a: 10, 30, 20
- b: 12, 15, 40
- c: 39, 13, 55
- d: 2, 99, 41
- e: 11, 48, 31
- f: 41, 45, 33

CSV

You can also use the CSV format for your data, making it easy to copy and paste your data from Excel or Google Spreadsheets. The first line should contain the labels and the other lines should contain the data. Accepted separators are tabulations, commas, semicolons, and vertical bars.

Example:

a, b, c
1, 3, 12
33, 3, 55
9, 22, 19

Options

Custom colors

You can add custom colors next to your column titles:
- Orange{{#110011}}: 20, 30, 40
- Apple{{#232323}}: 20, 50, 10

Or in CSV:

Orange{{#110011}}, Apple{{#232323}}
20, 20
30, 50
40, 10

Show legend and show axis

You can decide to show and hide the legend and this axis, via checkboxes located in the properties column.

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Here is how it looks like with legend and axis:

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Without the legend:

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And without the legend and axis:

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