when downloading charts image as png or svg, some of the chart elements disappear like the data labels in the charts. Is there a way to download the chart as an image with all the elements?
I was referring to the labels of data within each bar of the graph, like the image below which I screenshotted.
When I tried to download a PNG or SVG copy of this image from Quadrigram, the labels all stack on top of each other on the first green bar, instead of appearing as it does in the image below.
Have you tried refreshing the page and/or deleting the bar chart and selecting a new one. I created a sample bar chart with the values inside and downloaded the image and had no problems with the image. How large is the file? Have you tried reducing the font size? It may be the font size is larger than the size of the bar in the downloaded image. But check with the settings to see if thats the case.
As for the second question, yes. You can download the entire visual page including all the elements (charts, titles, and subtitles) by publishing the content. The icon appears on the upper-right hand section of the page. The free trial version permits up to 12 publications for every account.
Hope this helps.
So I created a bar chart and under the style settings I opted to have the values displayed inside the items (i.e. the individual bars). However, when I want to download the chart images to be incorporated into a document or powerpoint, the values inside some of the bars disappear.
Also, is there an alternate way in which the whole visual page (i.e. charts, titles and subtitles) could be downloaded as a png or svg file without having to download each individual chart one at a time.
I’m not entirely sure what you mean by the data labels. Are you referring to the text on the x/y-axis or the numbers appearing in the x/y-axis? Or do you mean the labels of data within the graph? If so, you are downloading the graph as a png or svg image which means the graph is no longer dynamic and is a static image. To have the labels as a dynamic graph (i.e. maintain interactive elements) you would have to publish the graph. You can do this by going to the upper-right hand section of the website and select publish and choose from the available options.