Example - Bookings by Country Klip

Overview of the Example - Bookings by Country Klip

This Klip uses a Pie Chart Klip to track financial performance using a percentage to compare each country's performance. This Klip uses an XML data source and formulas to visualize your data.


Core concepts

This section will cover the following concepts:

Data source

If you don't have access to the data source backing this Klip, then you can use this URL to download the example data source and upload it as a web accessible resource to Klipfolio. 

Tip! If you need help getting this data into Klipfolio, then check out this article. 

To build the Example - Bookings by Country Klip

Note: Start this tutorial on your Dashboard page.

Select the Klip type and data source

  1. Click the Add a Klip button.
  2. Click the Build a New Klip button.
  3. Select the Pie Chart Klip type.
 
  1. Select the Use an existing data source from the library option.
  2. Select the Example – Sales data data source from list of existing data sources.
You are brought to the Klip Editor.

Assigning data to the Klip

  1. Select the Klip node from the Component Tree.
  2. Type Bookings by Country in the Klip Title field.
  3. Select the Pie Chart node from the Component Tree.
  4. Select Medium from the Size menu.
  5. Replace the value in Max Slices with a 4.
  6. Select Descending from the Sort menu.
 
  1. Select the Values node from the Component Tree.
  2. Open the Data tab in the Properties Editor.
  3. Find the first area vector in the data source.
  4. Click the area vector to open it.
  5. Click on the bookings scalar to select it for use in the Klip.
  6. Click the Wrap current value in parenthesis button on the formula editing toolbar.

  1. Click the ellipsis (...) in the formula editor.
  2. Select the division (/) operator from the operators' menu.
  3. Click the ellipsis (...) in the formula editor.
  4. Click the Insert function button on the formula editing toolbar.

  1. Select SUM from the Function's menu.
Tip! Check out this article to learn more about the SUM function.
  1. Select the bookings scalar from your data source to include it in the equation.
 
  1. Open the Properties tab in the Properties Editor.
  2. Select Percentage from the Format as menu.
  3. Select .# (1) from the Decimal Places menu.
  4. Click the Labels node on the Component Tree.
  5. Click on the name scalar in the data source.
 

Saving the Klip and adding it to the dashboard

  1. Click the Save button.
  2. Provide a name for the Klip.

Note: By default, your Klip will use the Klip title you have provided. 

  1. Provide a description for the Klip.
  2. Select Trial Users to share the Klip.
  3. Click the Finished button. 

Your Klip is saved and added to your Dashboard.

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  2. Introduction to the Build-a-Klip Tutorial
  3. Build-a-Klip Tutorial: Phase One
  4. Build-a-Klip Tutorial: Phase Two
  5. Build-a-Klip Tutorial: Phase Three
  6. Build-a-Klip Tutorial: Phase Four
  7. Build-a-Klip Tutorial: Phase Five
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