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Lollipop Graph

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Lollipop graphs are essentially modified Bar graphs in which the bars are represented as thin lines so you can fit more in a small area, with small circles to represent mouse-over points. There are eight types of Lollipop graphs in Domo, all of them modified versions of familiar Bar and Line Bar graphs.

For thumbnail images and descriptions of all Lollipop graphs, see Available Lollipop Graphs.

Powering Lollipop graphs

All Lollipop graphs require three columns or rows of data from your DataSet—one for categories, one for values, and one for series data. Beyond this, the steps for configuring these graphs differ depending on the specific Lollipop graph type. Each graph type has an equivalent Bar- or Line Bar-type graph. You can find out more about a specific Lollipop graph type by navigating to the topic for the equivalent Bar or Line Bar graph in the following table:

Lollipop Graph Type

Equivalent Bar or Line Bar Graph Type

Vertical Grouped Lollipop

Vertical Grouped Bar

Vertical Stacked Lollipop

Vertical Stacked Bar

Vertical Grouped Lollipop with Line

Vertical Grouped Bar with Line

Vertical Stacked Lollipop with Line

Vertical Stacked Bar with Line

Horizontal Grouped Lollipop

Horizontal Grouped Bar

Horizontal Stacked Lollipop

Horizontal Stacked Bar

Horizontal Grouped Lollipop with Line

Horizontal Grouped Bar with Line

Horizontal Stacked Lollipop with Line

Horizontal Stacked Bar with Line

For information about value, category, and series data, see Understanding Chart Data.

In the Analyzer, you choose the columns containing the data for your Lollipop graph. For more information about choosing data columns, see Applying DataSet Columns to Your Chart.

For more information about formatting charts in the Analyzer, see KPI Card Building Part 2: The Analyzer.