Introduction to layouts
To create even more engaging stories, the Layout functionality enables you to combine multiple visualizations into split views, tabs or carousels. It encourages the readers to dig even deeper into the detail, and enhances the storytelling.
This video shows a quick overview of the Layout functionality:
The Following templates are available:
Single – The standard to be used if you need a single graph or map with own logo.
Here is a quick visualization created using the Single layout. Take a moment resize the browser window and see how the graphs adapt automatically
Vertical/Horizontal/Small Multiples – Show the visualizations next to each others with horizontal or vertical splits. Typically used to show comparable or related information.
Here is a quick visualization created using the Small Multiples layout, which is basically just a 2 x 2 Vertical and Horizontal version. Take a moment, resize the browser window and see how the graphs adapt automatically.
Tabs – Split the visualizations into different tabs, and allow your reader to interact with the different charts.
Dropdown – Similar to tabs, but lets your reader navigate between your charts using a dropdown.
Carousel – Allow your reader to navigate between your charts using previous and next buttons.
Slider – Engage your readers with the unique slider function to visually compare before and after.