Charts: Visualize business data in a chart

TeamSQL offers a new and redesigned feature to create your own charts based on query resulting data. The Charts feature of TeamSQL is now more powerful with advanced aggregation and visualization options.

Chart Types

You can easily visualize your data in TeamSQL by creating bar, area, line, pie, scatter, funnel, and bullet charts, as well as heat maps, using the data you return from your database.

You don't need to export your data in Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, AWS Redshift, Redis, Amazon Aurora, MariaDB or CitusData anymore to a separate data visualization or reporting tools. Data scientists can directly create Business Intelligence (BI) dashboards with database charts to show data analytics metrics in TeamSQL without need of any other tool or database chart cloud service.

Export to PNG, JPEG or more

You will never need export data to an intermediate CSV, JPEG, PNG, or SVG file in order to send to a report or other application. Anyway if you like you can export your chart to be used or inserted in other application.

Advanced Chart Options

TeamSQL's charts features come with robust customization options so you can create the visuals that you need. You can change how your chart displays data, how much information is presented to your viewer, and so on.

The General tab of the Chart Settings area allows you to make changes to the overall chart itself. Choose how your title and subtitle appear, hide or show your legend, and adjust the size of your data display.

Adjust the appearance of the axes of your chart. Label your axes, as well as change its overall appearance.

In this tab, you can fine tune how your chart displays your data. Add labels, smooth your lines, or show additional data-related detail to convey even more information to your viewers.

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