Anaplan can process very large amounts of data. Visualizations enable you to present this data in ways that are quick to assimilate and understand.
In Anaplan, you can present your data using a variety of visualizations. The best visualization to use depends upon the structure of your data.
You can use charts to present your data in a more visual format. This helps you to emphasize trends, the passage of time, or quantities.
There are many kinds of chart type, and different ways of working with the data in those charts. Choosing the right chart for the job is key, as is knowing how to create different kinds of reports. We have put together a range of information about which chart to use to best convey the meaning in your data.
If you use a grid, you can use conditional formatting to color-code your cells. This enables users to quickly identify important values.
When data in a grid would benefit from images, enable images for line items. This displays images for a line item within a grid, next to any related data. Alternatively, you can use image cards synchronized to the user's selection on a page.